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The high school baseball player should have gone out for the track team, too. during a playoff game, this runner was making his way to home when he was cut off by the catcher, ball in hand. Instead accepting defeat, he leapt over the catcher to score.
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A young boy an experience he wont soon forget, when South Korean pitcher Ryu Hyun-Jin engaged in some pre-game throwing practice with the fan. According to the poster, the boy, whose jersey reads Deuce, got to keep the ball. Kid, I think you have a future in baseball!
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp made the day of a fan "fighting a tough battle" at this weekend's Giant's game. When Kemp noticed the disabled fan sitting in the stands after the game, he went over to sign his baseball. Then he gave him his hat. Then his shirt. Then his shoes. I wish half expected he was going to take his pants off next, but, I guess that might have been a little over-the-top. Way to go Kemp!
Talk about a public break up! Apparently, not all relationships are made for the Jumbo-Tron... When this guy refused to suck face with his girl during a recent Fresno Grizzlies minor league baseball game, he ended up single, and wet. Luckily for her, Parker, the team's mascot, was standing by to help mend her broken heart. Lots of people online are saying the entire thing looks staged. What do you think- real or fake?
If being a Korean super star doesn't work out, I'm thinking Girls' Generation's Tiffany Hwang does not have a future in baseball... But hey, with the Dodger's current in the cellar of the National League West, maybe she'll have a shot.
During Saturday's first home game since the Boston Marathon bombings, Neil Diamond surprised fans at Boston's Fenway Park, taking the field to lead the crowd in a sing-along of his hit, "Sweet Caroline." At the end of the song, the crowd is hear chanting "USA." The sing-along has been an 8th inning Fenway Park tradition since 2002, but took on new meaning after Monday's bombings. On Tuesday, every Major League Baseball team with a game across the country took part in the Fenway tradition, playing the song in tribute to Beantown.
This guy accidentally faked out the catcher, created a new play, and scored a run all in one! Watch to see how this baseball player turned a slip into a slide
Anyone who follows baseball knows that the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox have a rivalry that dates back as long as Major League Baseball itself. So, when the Yankees took a moment at the end of the third inning to bring the Fenway Park "Sweet Caroline" staple to the Bronx, it meant even more. The Yankees also displayed messages saying "United We Stand" and "Pray for Boston" on the exterior of the ballpark, showing their support for their friends to the North.
Mille the German Shepherd loves baseball so much, she even sits and watches it on TV with her human. But watching those batters hit the ball is such a tease, it was only a matter of time before the giant pooch tried to join the game on TV!
During a recent MLB Live broadcast, Veteran sport-caster Bob Costas "gave props" to rapper Ludacris for "name checking" him during his song "Hip Hop Quotables," out of his Chicken & Beer album. Costas made sure to mention that he's not encouraging this type of behavior (rollin' torpedoes and getting blunted with Rastas) for "youngsters," just quoting Luda's song! As if Costas wasn't already one of the most loveable men on television, he just out did himself!
Austin Chontos is a Randall High School baseball player in Amarillo, Texas. Austin suffered severe brain damage when he was struck by a pitch in April, 2012. He made a recovery and doctors cleared Austin to play the sport he loves. During the game, local sports reporter Emily Austen was on the sidelines. Austin got on one knee and asked her to his senior prom. She gave him his response in the way only an on-air reporter can.
The latest epic rap battle of history returns with two of the (arguably) best athletes in the world played by Nice Peter and Epic LLOYD. Listen to the Babe drop insults left and right in reference to Lance's recent steroids fallout. Armstrong comes back with some venom of his own although I think the only person who he actually offends is Oprah. Doh!
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