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Rafael Soriano Says His 4-Year-Old Son Could Have Caught The Ball That Eluded Bryce Harper Against The Giants On Tuesday
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano had a rather remarkable (which is to say, stupid) thing to say about the triple he gave up to Gregor Blanco that allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday. We talk of four-year-olds, triples and broken things, following the jump.
Didn’t watch sports last night? Well, you only missed one major event, really – but come on, it was Game 1 of the World Series! If you can’t park yourself in front of the TV for the World Series, what will you be willing to watch? The NFL Thursday Night game tonight, because most people would probably rather watch a midseason NFL game, even one that’s not a marquee matchup, instead of the World Series? …Yeah, probably that, actually. Anyway, let’s get on to what you missed – i.e. one of the great performances in World Series history.
The World Series waited until the bottom of the first inning before serving up its first surprise: Justin Verlander gave up a home run! GASP! Pablo Sandoval’s jack killed all the half- and full-chubs everybody in the baseball world had for Verlander. And that was just the first of three home runs he’s had on the night…so far.
They don’t call Pablo Sandoval the Kung Fu Panda for nothing. They do it because he’s chubby, you know, like a panda. But about that kung fu part, well, you’ll just have to watch this video of him bending over backwards to save a foul pop and flipping it up to a diving Brandon Crawford in order to record the out.