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ESPNVideoWeird But True

Yet Again, A Child Baseball Player Accidentally Breaks A Very Expensive Camera


For the third time in four years, a wild pitch at the Little League World Series has smashed a behind-the-plate TV camera.

The 2011 edition of what’s becoming a yearly tradition came Saturday afternoon during the match between Georgia & South Dakota:

For comparison’s sake, here’s the 2010 edition of PRETEEN CAMERA SMASH:

And again in 2008:

Could we possibly recommend finding a better place for the camera? Or at least some kind of plexiglas shield?

Follow Timothy on Twitter at @bubbaprog.


  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GZTEBOBLTNEFM7LIF4TKN2QBB4 James

    How stupid are the promoters that keep putting a camera there unprotected?

  • http://twitter.com/Admiral37 Admiral37

    It doesn’t appear that the actual lenses were broken in any of these instances.  That would be a really expensive deal.  It looks like there’s a glass plate at the front of the lens housing that is smashed by errant pitches.  I’m sure it’s a fairly expensive piece of glass, but certainly not as expensive as those HD lenses must cost.


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