Daz Cameron Robs a Home Run, Turns Double Play

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Daz Cameron Just Turned a 2-Run Home Run into Two Outs

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No fancy intro needed here, folks. Everybody loves a good home-run robbery β€” especially when you turn it into two outs.

For example … In the fifth inning of today’s Tigers-Guardians game, Tigers center fielder Daz Cameron tracked a deep fly ball off the bat of Amed Rosario up and over the wall, before coming down with it *and* firing it back into first base for the double play.

Two runs –> two outs. Just like that.

Watch how he waits back before making his final move. That is some amazing athleticism, yes, but it’s also really impressive timing.

StatCast tracked that ball 104 MPH exit velocity and 385 feet. That’s good for a .910 xBA. I guess this was the .090 part of the equation. πŸ™‚

Daz Cameron’s father, Mike Cameron, had some big home run robberies of his own back in his day:


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