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Jose Bautista’s Infamous Bat Flip Highlights His New Topps Baseball Card

Jose Bautista's emphatic bat flip is probably the most memorable image of the 2015 postseason. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Jose Bautista's emphatic bat flip is probably the most memorable image of the 2015 postseason. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

There have been many bat flips in the history of baseball, but none was more emphatic than Toronto slugger Jose Bautista’s flip in Game 5...




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