- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 25, 2019

Rhys Hoskins got his revenge. 

The Philadelphia Phillies slugger hit a home run off New York Mets reliever Jacob Rhame, a day after the pitcher threw behind his head in a 9-0 blowout. To celebrate, Hoskins took his sweet, sweet time jogging around the bases — taking a full 34.23 seconds to reach home plate.

Hoskins’ trot was the slowest in the MLB this season, per ESPN. 

Rhame said he didn’t take issue with Hoskins’ taunt.

The Phillies won 6-0. 

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