Here’s a lesson on where you should *not* leave a pitch.
How Did I Miss This? A Colorado Rockies Player Literally Hit The Cover off the Ball Earlier This Season
He really … knocked the cover off that one.
Aguilar’s misguided disappointment is here for your well-earned enjoyment.
I fear you’re underestimating the sneakiness, sir!
What a great value: three bases for the price of one!
Hey, uh, whatcha so mad about?
Stop, drop, and AVOID THE BEES.
These Padres players had some … er, trouble with the bees.
Is Carter Capps a cartoon character?
A lucky bounce here or there in 1994, and Mr. Padre would’ve been Mr. 400.
I’m not crying … you’re crying.
That’s just an impressive – and likely game-saving – defensive play.
Beyonce likes surfboards.
The Jet stole home! The Jet stole home!
Alexei Ramirez, traveling baseball magician, uses slight-of-hand to trick the announcers
So apparently you *can* Eephus me twice.
Why hit a second home run when you can just rob one instead?
Great catch, dude. Careful with that arm.
That’s a heck of a loud snap!
Usually it’s a lose-lose hitting against a position player. But what about when he’s throwing 96 MPH?
Extreme shifting, by and large, works. Except when it doesn’t.
Bartolo Colon is so much fun to watch.
No one knew where it went.
Interesting look – does it work for you?
Clayton Kershaw did the 0 part, and the Dodgers’ bats did the 15 part.