Yunel Escobar would have been safe regardless of how fa

st he got around the bases or how he crossed the plate after delivering a walkoff home run Tuesday night.He gave the Nationals a 2-1, 10-inning win over the Cardinals when he hit the first pitch he saw from Carlos Villanueva over the left-field wall. Escobar decided to mix things up as his teammates waited to greet him at the plate. Instead of jumping into the mob like usual, he accelerated and dived head first into home. He was still safe. MORE: Royals' Herrera suspended | Reds' Price wrong beyond obscenitiesTHIS is how you #WALKOFF— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) April 22, 2015Nationals closer Drew Storen blew a save in the ninth with Washington leading 1-0. The teams combined for 21 hits.