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Yoenis Cespedes, forever cool, played base hit off of his chest

Yoenis Cespedes is very cool. He flips cool bat flips, he drives cool cars, he makes cool catches while staring straight into the blinding, 27 million-degree sun.

Fact is, he makes being a Major League Baseball player look easy and smooth -- something most of us struggled to do in Tee-ball. And during Wednesday's Nationals-Mets game, he was at it again, playing a Gio Gonzalez base hit off of his chest:

Sometimes it just gets boring using your glove all the time.

Unfortunately, it's a bit more difficult to hit home runs off one's chest, so Cespedes had to use his bat for this 413-footer in the bottom half of the inning: