blue jays corn maze

Someone made a massive Bautista bat flip corn maze

Instead of a tinfoil hat, throw on a Blue Jays snapback and check out these baseball-themed crop circles. No, they're not the result of an M. Night Shyamalan plot twist, but rather, they pay homage to Jose Bautista's 2015 bat flip.

The Hunter Brothers Farm in Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick has been creating epic-looking corn mazes for 16 years. Previous designs have included nods to Harry Potter, the Montreal Canadiens, and the Beatles.

But for 2016, they chose to honour the Blue Jays' 40th season. Along with depicting Bautista, the maze - located in a massive six-acre field - features the Blue Jays logo and the phrase, "Ok Blue Jays," from the seventh inning stretch song.

Now let's just hope that Bautista and Co. do something worthy of commemoration in the upcoming post-season.

Photo via Hunter Brothers Farm.


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