Odell Beckham Jr. broke multiple unwritten baseball rules in charity softball game

Here's something you probably already knew: Odell Beckham Jr. is an incredibly talented man with unworldly athleticism. That became evident fairly quickly during his NFL career when he made his spectacular one-handed catch against the Dallas Cowboys. He's not just great at catching footballs, though.

He can hit softballs a mile, too. He spent Monday night playing in a charity softball game for Giants punter and former LSU teammate Brad Wing.

Rather than swinging the traditional way, Beckham did his best Happy Gilmore impression followed by a monstrous bat flip - - breaking multiple unwritten rules that baseball purists follow with one swing.

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The multitalented @OBJ_3 going yard w/ best Happy Gilmore impersonation @DrinkRoar sponsored Celebrity Softball Game

— Bryan Kirsch (@b_a_kirsch) June 21, 2016

And he didn't just club one dinger. He hit multiple.

.@Giants star WR @OBJ_3 just CRUSHED a home run out of Dutchess Stadium, a great Dutchess County park! #NYGiants

— Sean T. McMann (@SeanTMcMann) June 21, 2016

Is there anything this guy can't do?