Brandon Nimmo is known for his hustle.
Whether he hits a weak ground ball or even works a walk, the outfield always sprints full speed towards first base.
On Wednesday, Nimmo took that hustle to another level.
The Mets' five-run first inning was capped off by Nimmo's fifth home run of the season, a solo shot hit out to right-center field.
As one might expect, Nimmo took off out of the box, and sprinted at full speed all the way around the bases. According to StatCast, he made it all the way home in clocked time of 16.89 seconds, the fastest home run trot of any player in baseball this season.
The Mets won the game 9-0 over Arizona, another huge win as the team continues to fight for a Wild Card spot.