Jason Heyward has teased and taunted us with his talent for more than two years.
He can hit home runs that are tracked on radar.
He can outrun line drives to his left, right, in front of him or over his head.
He can throw out any runner at any base.
He can't leap tall buildings in a single bound, but his jumping ability and long arms have been known to snare balls destined for the seats.
And his left-handed swing is so smooth and perfect that it should be one of the natural wonders of the world.
Sometimes Heyward manages to harness all his tools and innate ability and puts together a performance that leaves our jaws on the floor. Sometimes he wows us with his immense skill set and makes the game look so easy, you wonder why he can't do it every night.
That's exactly what Heyward did on Tuesday.
Forget about his early base-running blunder, there's no way the Braves snap the Yankees' 10-game winning streak without Heyward's legs, bat and arm.
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