Perhaps the highlight of Day 1 of the MLB postseason came from Philadelphia Phillies star Bryce Harper, whose daring baserunning helped the Phillies win Game 1 of their Wild Card series against the Marlins.

With the Phillies already leading 3–1 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Harper blew through a stop sign from third base coach Dusty Wathan on a double hit by Nick Castellanos. Harper, with his helmet off and hair flying, scored with relative ease despite having been held up by Wathan, a play that electrified the raucous Phillies crowd and added an insurance run for the Philadelphia pitching staff.

Here’s a look at the play:

For what it’s worth, Harper said postgame that it wasn’t his intention to ignore Wathan.

“Once I got halfway to third, I didn’t really pick Dusty up so that was my fault on that,” Harper said, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. “Usually, when I see him I’m like ‘OK. I have to stop.’”

Regardless of whether he was ignoring a sign or not, fans loved Harper’s play and the fire he showed afterwards.