Last time we checked in with the 5-year-old cancer survivor, Miles Scott, aka Batkid, a mystery donor had bought him a billboard so that he could watch over San Francisco at all times.
Now, he's back at it and riding in style.
The bite-sized superhero, who famously "saved Gotham City" back in November after the Make-a-Wish Foundation fulfilled his wish to be his favorite superhero, had the honor of throwing out the first pitch at Tuesday's San Francisco Giants' home opener at AT&T Park, according to SF Gate.
He entered the field in a Batmobile-painted Lamborghini, because how else would you expect Batkid to make an entrance?
After getting out of his stylish ride, he proudly greeted his fans with one fist in the air:
He then approached the mound and threw the ball to Giants' pitcher Matt Cain.
All the while, having his partner in crime, Batman, by his side, of course.
And the crowd went crazy for him!
— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) April 8, 2014
You rock, Batkid!
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