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Last week at a Texas high school football game, The Nelson Bobcats were punting from their own 27-yard line to the Guyer Wildcats. Except this routine football play went awry thanks to a severe gust of wind, which knocked the punt backwards in mid-air.
Top of the 9th, runners on 2nd and 3rd, the Los Angeles Dodgers leading the San Diego Padres 6-5. San Diego’s Everth Cabrera is leading off third, and happens to notice Dodgers’ pitcher Kenley Jansen turn his back. Cabrera decided to take off for home, completely catching everyone off guard. Jansen’s throw home was high, and Cabrera was easily safe. Well, sort of. Video after the jump.