So which fielding error is worse? This one?
I’ve gotta go with my team, the Yankees, because it took two fielders to completely screw up this play. And I feel bad for the guy who’s being mocked by the bread sign.
I was at a minor league game this week and saw the pitch clock in use. Only thing was when it ran out, nothing happened. No ball, no strike, no action. And didn’t a loogy used to be something disgusting?
Dwelling in the past is never a good idea.
I guess they’re not going back in the attic.
Why not give it to a kid. He probably could go into the dugout after the game and get as many baseballs as he wants.
I’m surprised, though, that the kid didn’t ask him to autograph it, but then, it’s possible the kid didn’t know who he was. Sad to say, but Chris Rock is before his time.
Mo’Ne Davis is the first Little League player to ever make the Sports Illustrated cover. If you saw her last Thursday, you saw why. A two-hit shutout against a powerful Tennessee team. Don’t know if her team will get to the finals, but you should watch her pitch tonight at 7:30 against Las Vegas. The winner goes to the U.S. Championship game, but the loser has one more chance to get into the finals with a game tomorrow because it’s double elimination. The U.S. Championship game is Saturday. And the World Series final is Sunday.
Expect a huge crowd tomorrow. On Sunday, without Mo’Ne on the mound, the Philly team drew more than 30,000 spectators.
Here’s the last inning of the Tennessee game:
The kid is good. And she knows how to handle an interview.
You can buy the poster at Pop Chart Lab (click to enlarge. Click a couple of times to REALLY enlarge):