The day that Reds fans have long been waiting for finally came on Tuesday, as star prospect Elly De La Cruz made his first career start in the big leagues. 

The 21-year-old third baseman, who recently hit a home run over a scoreboard in the minors, got on base twice with walks and also got his first career hit—a scorched double that he made look way too easy. 

Even better for the Reds, they were able to score three runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 9–8.

Let’s get back to De La Cruz’s first hit because all of it was impressive. Check this out: 

Those numbers should have Reds fans even more excited about the future. 

Here’s another look at his hit: 

MLB fans loved it: