The Notorious Double Clutch Sets the Stage for a Wild Indians' Walk-Off Win Against the Red Sox

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The Notorious Double Clutch Sets the Stage for a Wild Indians’ Walk-Off Win Against the Red Sox

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With no outs and Brandon Guyer standing on second base in the bottom of the ninth inning of a tie ballgame last night, the Red Sox infield prepared for a bunt. Brock Holt, the Sox first baseman, creeps very far in on the pitch and fields the bunt cleanly with plenty of time to nab the lead runner at third …

… Except the notorious DOUBLE CLUTCH costs him some time and distracts him just enough, to force, well, this to happen next:

The ball kicks away from the third baseman Rafael Devers and the Indians’ Guyer trots home for the wacky and wild walk-off win.

Meanwhile, Red Sox fans are like:


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Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami writes about MLB at Baseball Is Fun. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami.