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Marcell Ozuna Honors Chadwick Boseman With 'Wakanda Forever' in 3-Homer Game

Braves slugger Marcell Ozuna went deep three times in the Braves' 10-3 win over the Red Sox on Tuesday night. After his third home run, Ozuna crossed his arms over his chest to make the "Wakanda Forever" sign and pointed to the sky as he rounded third base to honor the late Chadwick Boseman.

The sign of respect came in possibly the best game of Ozuna's career, as he became the first National League player ever to hit three home runs at Fenway Park.

I like to think Ozuna knew he was going to have a career night and decided to wait until after his *third* dinger to do the salute because that's just the kind of ballplayer he is. Regardless, it's a really cool tribute. RIP Chadwick Boseman.

(But that last home run was way longer than 437 feet and I want justice for that majestic dinger.)