Watch: Mark Canha Launches Clutch Grand Slam With Epic Bat Flip In Win Over Nationals

Inject it into our veins!

Washington Nationals v Milwaukee Brewers
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That was epic! With the Milwaukee Brewers facing a blown lead and a tie game late in the 8th inning on Saturday night, they pulled out a huge win thanks to none other than Trade Deadline addition Mark Canha.

To set the scene, the Brewers jumped out to an early lead thanks to a three run first inning, and held a 5-1 lead over the Washington Nationals for a while. Then Corbin Burnes ran into some trouble in the 6th inning and couldn't get out of a mess. The Nats came within one and then tied up the game at 5 shortly after.

The Brewers offense hadn't done much with their chances since scoring early in the game. Then, against Kyle Finnegan in the 8th inning, the offense came to life. Tyrone Taylor got things started with a double, followed by an infield single from Sal Frelick, then Carlos Santana drew a two out walk, loading the bases for cleanup man Mark Canha.

Canha, who's hitting .365 over his last 15 games and was 2-for-4 on the night, jumped all over the first pitch.

Watch the video of Mark Canha's go-ahead grand slam to put the Brewers on top with an epic bat flip to follow on the no-doubt homer.

Canha jumped all over the first pitch and deposited the ball into the left field bleachers. The sellout crowd went bonkers! Many were likely watching the baseball and missed the epic bat flip. No worries, watch it here in all it's glory.

Canha knew it immediately. He stared that ball down and admired his shot. Then once he was done admiring, he launched his bat to sky. Perhaps both the ball and his bat made into orbit.

The Brewers generally aren't very flashy with bat flips and staring down their home runs, but a moment like this certainly warranted it. It's a moment that will give you chills as a fan and it's a moment that you dream of as a player. Tie game late, bases loaded two outs in a pennant chase, and swinging at the first pitch and launching a bomb like that is a moment Canha will remember the rest of his life.

Here's a different angle.

It's fantastic no matter which angle you're at. You can also see in the Brewers dugout here and manager Craig Counsell doesn't even take time to celebrate the home run, instead immediately jumping over to the bullpen phone to tell the pen to sit down Trevor Megill, who was warming for the 9th and a save situation, and instead get Hoby Milner loose to come in and finish the 9th inning.

He isn't the best manager in the league for nothing.

What a game, and what an epic win for the Brewers who are getting hot at the right time heading into October.