When you hit a game-tying homer, you ought to celebrate. But how you celebrate is really up to you. We've seen some pretty phenomenal bat flips, but sometimes, less is more.
Let Jae-Gyun Hwang of the Lotte Giants teach you his ways. When he knotted up the score, he didn't so much flip his bat as use it to salute his magnificent long ball. Start the video around 47 seconds to get the full effect:
Sure, he eventually flipped it, but he made us wait for it like Lawrence Olivier drawing out the last lines of Hamlet's "To be or not to be" speech. This is a guy who knows the value of a dramatic pause.