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Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer had a quick reaction to a line drive from the Rays Kevin Kiermaier, getting his glove up in time to snag the ball and make the easy out. Except he didn’t.
Things got even worse for Nori Aoki when he tried to field a foul ball yesterday. His glove falls shy of the pop-up and lands in the last place he’d ever want it to land. Aoki grimaced in pain, as did every man watching it happen.
It happened during today’s 7-3 win over Tampa Bay in Kansas City, and it’s kind of mesmerizing.
George Brett Named ‘Outstanding Kansas Citian Of The Year’ Then Promptly Threatens To Shoot Autograph Seeker
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you Yesterday’s Awesome Moment, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas almost had a bad time, but one of his trusty fans saved him from going head first over the rail.
Trade Rumors Are Literally Blowing Up The Royals Clubhouse, According To Strangely High-Budget Ervin Santana Video
Most of the videos that athletes put out are Vine or Instagram clips in which they do something wacky or mildly funny for a few seconds. That’s what makes this Ervin Santana offering so unique: It has special effects. It has a play on words. It’s well-done. It’s after the jump.
This woman thinks she has a shiny new souvenir baseball, until the kid in blue sneaks in and steals it from her. Now he’ll take it back to Fagin with all of the handkerchiefs and watches he’s nipped.
Hooray! Farm day at the ballpark. We run down a few other potential intra-city rivalries and their corresponding promos after the jump.
The Royals and Cardinals played an eight-hour game on Thursday — including more than five hours of rain delay and at least one quite spectacular lightning strike on the St. Louis Arch. Zeus approves. Video following the jump.