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Inside-the-park homers are tough enough to manufacture as it is. But what should have been an easy out, or perhaps an infield single, turned into another run for the USA against Australia in the World Cup of Softball last night. See how it was done after the jump.
This excerpt from a news story apparently detailing the recently-completed softball season of Rayne High in Louisiana was already good before you get to the end. There were typos. There was a crazy name. There was weird phrasing. But that last paragraph. That last paragraph.
Following a championship softball game for 12-year-old girls, three people were arrested for fighting… over playing time. “Officers said 32-year-old Angela Sales, of Centerville, punched coach Todd Sebolt. The coach is also accused of punching Sales. Sales sister, 19-year-old Stephany Summers, was also arrested for punching Sebolt’s wife.”
A Baylor softball player fouled a ball right back into her face during a game against Georgia. Thankfully, she’s okay, but the scene was scary.