The New York Mets hosted the Philidelphia Phillies for a doubleheader on Monday where Wilmer Flores cemented his spot in the record books, hitting yet another walk-off home run to give his club the W in epic fashion:

This was Wilmer’s tenth career walk-off RBI, surpassing 7-time All-Star and team captain David Wright for the most in franchise history. Although his HR totals are modest, Flores always seem to step up in the big moments, showing his ability to produce in clutch situations time and time again.

In the aftermath of the game-ending blast, the Venezuelan infielder was asked how it felt to round those bases and be mobbed by his teammates to celebrate his heroics, to which he replied, “It never gets old.”

Wilmer Flores may have won the game for the Amazins, but the umpire crew may have had as much a hand in the Mets victory as he did. Facing a 2-1 count, Phillies pitcher Victor Arano came up and in on Flores for ball three, but Wilmer argued he was hit. After reviewing the play, the crew announced the call would stand, lending Flores the opportunity to launch a walk-off dinger on the very next pitch. Despite the decision of the umpires, some members of the clubhouse, including starting pitcher Zack Wheeler, think the officials got this one wrong. Of course, Wheeler isn’t complaining.

What Wilmer Flores has been able to accomplish in his short time with this organization is remarkable. Besides playing in 27 games after being promoted to the big leagues in 2013, Flores has only played in five full seasons with New York and has still managed to trump all-time Mets greats in walk-off RBIs like Rusty Staub and Ed Kranepool.

As his production continues to improve with each season, the 26-year-old may still have some more records to break at Citi Field before he is through.