If you’re looking to book a bat-flipping pro for your daughter’s bat mitzvah, or as a ringer at your next corporate softball shindig, we’ve got just the man for you.
[fusion_title size=”4″]BAT-FLIPPING PRO: BERCULES[/fusion_title]
Massachusetts-based personal trainer Johnny Burke, aka Bercules, has elevated the art of bat flipping to a place few — outside the community of bo staff martial artists — could have ever imagined.
Burke, who also goes by the nickname Batman, is no one-trick pony. He can flip, flick and float the bat about his body every which way but loose.
[fusion_title size=”4″]BAT-FLIPPING CON: YASIEL PUIG[/fusion_title]
One of the cons to bat flipping, to which Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig can attest, is that opposing pitchers don’t take kindly to the practice as a celebratory gesture. That didn’t stop Puig from inviting New Yorkers to try some flips of their own to mark personal victories. The results, as you will see, occasionally bordered on public nuisance.