Michael A. Taylor had perhaps the most expressionless face in walk-off history
There's probably not a more joyous occassion in baseball than the walk-off hit to end the game. There are Gatorade baths, smiles from ear-to-ear and the tackling of teammates into the outfield. It's all so very fun.
Unless, I guess, if you're
Michael A. Taylor's really gotta work on keeping his composure after hitting walk-offs. pic.twitter.com/U6TyU6P3n9— Cut4 (@Cut4) May 23, 2018
He seemed more embarrassed than excited. Like, oh god, what did I do now?
But then, finally, when his teammates reached him at second base, he relaxed and enjoyed his big moment:
MLB.com's Jamal Collier asked him about the original face postgame and what he was feeling:
"Like a weight was being lifted off. It's been a rough stretch for me. I took a deep breath. I've been waiting to have something turn for me."
He also defended his non-expression to on-field reporter Dan Kolko -- saying it was a "great face."
We agree, Michael. It was indeed a great face.