San Diego Padres superstar Fernando Tatís Jr. continues to amaze.

With two outs in the bottom of the ninth and the Padres trailing the Houston Astros 6-3 on Sunday, Tatís sent a baseball to the train tracks at Minute Maid Park for a game-tying three-run dinger. The home run had an estimated distance of 448 feet, with a 114.9 mph exit velocity.

Here it is, featuring a great call from Padres play-by-play man Don Orsillo:

One inning earlier, Tatís got out of the way of a pitch headed right towards his knees, and did so with flexibility and movement that shouldn’t be humanly possible.

Tatís moved his legs in crazy fashion before finishing with the splits. It drew a Michael Jackson-esque “hee hee!” from Padres color commentator Mark Grant.

The Padres took advantage of the new life supplied by Tatís’ home run and won 11-8 in the 12th inning.

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