Ever See a Runner Score on a Sac Fly … From SECOND BASE?
Ahh…Spring Training. The time for sun, beer, veterans showing up in the best shape of their lives, and, of course, baseball plays you never-ever see during the regular season.
In today’s Grapefruit League matchup between the Minnesota Twins and Boston Red Sox, Caleb Hamilton scored on a sac fly to deep center field from SECOND BASE. And no, there wasn’t a throwing error or a trip or anything like that. He just busted his a** right away, likely because of how deep the ball got into center field, and caught DaShawn Keirsey Jr. off guard.
That’s one way to leave an impression on a team you’re hoping to make, Mr. Hamilton. Nicely done.
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