Monday, December 6 2021

Belt scores Webb’s home run trot on scale of 1 to 10 originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Logan Webb homered for the first time in his career against the San Diego Padres last Sunday. 

Naturally, Webb had yet to circle the bases after a big fly, and according to first baseman Brandon Belt, it showed. 

Webb, who is slated to start Game 1 of the NLDS Friday against either the Los Angeles Dodgers or St. Louis Cardinals, has enough on his plate already. 

RELATED: Belt optimistic he’ll return to Giants this postseason

After rewatching the home run, which you can see here, his trot around the bases seems … fine? Maybe a little bit stiff, but other than that, he took his time and enjoyed the moment. 

Nevertheless, it was his first one. Practice makes perfect, right? 

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