Baseball fans likely know by now that Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon went deep the other day. He's the oldest player in the history of Major League Baseball to hit his first career home run. He was exactly 42 years and 349 days old. That's older than me!
Here's a nice mash-up of Colon's homer and The Natural.
In 2002, Colon pitched for the Montreal Expos, which makes him the last active player to have suited up for the Expos. And now, it's quite likely we've seen the final Expo home run.