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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.
Kevin Love is extremely coordinated, so it’s no surprise that he’s got some serious pop in his bat. On Friday, he took to the field with the Minnesota Twins for some batting practice, and launched one home run ball all the way into the upper deck.
It was Athletics/Twins. 1-1, top of the 5th. The Twins were “having a great start” to the inning. With runners on first and second and no out, Trevor Plouffe was poised to take all those consonants in his last name and make something happen. And then something happened. Something amazing. Something so amazingly simple, you’ll have to watch it more than once: the A’s turned the rare 5-4-3 triple play.
The Minnesota Twins played the Kansas City Royals last night, with the Twins sporting their classic blue road jersey with a red “Minnesota” splashed across the front. Well, for the most part. SS Brian Dozier missed the memo, and was given a jersey with red “Twins” letters instead. Check out the difference between the two, after the jump.
It was bring your glove night at Target Field, figuratively speaking. Denard Span very gracefully slammed into the the Orioles bullpen to make a catch. And Ben Revere went horizontal to grab a line drive, giving us some very photogenic evidence of a man who was himself surprised he caught the ball.
As Texas Rangers pitcher Roy Oswalt prepared to deliver a pitch to the Minnesota Twins’ Ryan Doumit, a huge lightning strike with an immediate thunder clap literally made an entire ballpark jump.
Minnesota Twins’ shortstop Brian Dozier was batting today in the bottom of the 5th against the Kansas City Royals when something inexplicable happened. A 1-0 fastball rode in on Dozier’s hands and jammed him, and he only managed to knock the ball 45 feet up the first base line into foul territory. Except all of a sudden the ball, which was at least five feet foul, spun violently back into fair territory for an infield single. There’s really no sufficient way to explain this – only the video can do it justice. We don’t say this often, but you really need to see this, after the jump.