She's head over heels for the Orange and Blue.
When Olympic gymnast and New Jersey native Laurie Hernandez took the mound at Citi Field Saturday night to throw out the first pitch before the Mets took on the Washington Nationals, no one could have predicted she'd be the most memorable part of the game.
But the gold and silver medalist wowed the crowd with an acrobatic front flip before throwing a one-hopper to Mets catcher Rene Rivera.
"As soon as I found out I was throwing the first pitch I was just like 'oh, I should throw a flip in there,'" the Olympian nonchalantly told MLB.com.
After her pitch, the five-foot Hernandez stopped to take a photo with "Thor" himself, the 6-foot-6-inch Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard.
Twitter, meanwhile, was in awe.
Laurie Hernandez's opening pitch is the only interesting thing to ever happen in baseball pic.twitter.com/w7LxmWJ3iZ— Ziwe (@ziwe) September 4, 2016
Here is a photo of Laurie Hernandez throwing out the first pitch at the Mets game on planet earth pic.twitter.com/zy4K7CHTD1— Michael Katz (@KatzM) September 4, 2016
Laurie Hernandez had the best first pitch of all time.— Joe Barbito (@barbitosfritos) September 4, 2016
you're kiddin' me! I guess Laurie Hernandez is my new favourite gymnast... https://t.co/HAwhConAmB— Montague Kobbé (@MontagueKobbe) September 4, 2016
Oh, by the way: The Mets beat the hated Nats 3-1, and moved to just one game out of the second National League Wild Card spot.
That pitch, though:
We were blessed with this fine athlete throwing out the 1st pitch & we won against the Nats! https://t.co/GU0mGSsoOO— Jetgirl Says Stuff (@jetgirl78) September 4, 2016