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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.
Here we have baseball fan Travis Decker, who was taking in a lovely night at the ballpark at Petco Field in San Diego as the Padres took on the Cincinnati Reds. Why, might you ask, am I telling you about him? Safety, friends. He was facemashing, or social webing, or tweetbooking, or whatever you rascals call it these days, when a long, Will Venable foul ball smacked him right in the collarbone. Video after the jump.