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September 26th, 2014 Comments off

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แทงบอล It appears everything Derek Jeter does over the final 10 days of his career will be newsworthy. Yes, even his innocent foul balls that seemingly only serve the purpose of keeping one of his final plate appearances alive.

As we saw in the seventh inning on Friday night, his foul balls can actually be dramatic and highly entertaining events. Although we’re sure the parents of the young girl involved would also add the word stressful to the description.

แทงบอล On a 2-2 pitch from Blue Jays reliever Todd Redmond, Jeter hit a soft chopper foul up the third base line to prolong his at-bat. Toronto third baseman Danny Valencia picked the ball up and soft-tossed it into the stands to a lucky fan. As the camera later panned to the crowd, we saw the recipient, a father of two young girls, holding up the ball and one of his daughters while his wife snapped a happy photo.

Happiness soon turned to terror though. After the photo was taken, he handed the ball off to his other daughter, and with all of her might she leaned back and fired it back on to the field.

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September 4th, 2014 Comments off

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GClub The Los Angeles Angels celebrated a walk-off win Thursday night in the first game of a big series against the rival Oakland Athletics. Albert Pujols scored in the 10th inning on a Howie Kendrick sac fly, giving the Angels a 4-3 win and making them the first team in MLB to 80 wins.

สมัคร GClub The win, however, didn’t come without controversy. In the ninth inning, with the score tied 3-3, Erick Aybar led off the inning and chopped a ball down the first-base line. A’s pitcher Dan Otero and first baseman Brandon Moss both went to field it. Otero caught the ball and Aybar ran straight into him. Aybar fell to the ground and a few seconds later home-plate umpire Greg Gibson awarded him first base.

The call? Obstruction. It was a bit baffling, definitely not the type of you play you see often.