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I'm not even able to keep score in most games (mainly because of the need to "get food" or "couldn't find a pencil" or "was a cheapskate").
You can head back halfway to the dugout, then change your mind and touch home, and still be called safe, right?
I'm not normally like this, but I think Andy should dye his hair. Doesn't he realize how old he's making me feel by looking like that?
Yes, there is no "base-line" at home plate. Chris Chambliss came back from the clubhouse, hours later, to touch home in 1976.
Once you've gone all the way from third to home and just need to touch the plate, there no longer is a baseline to follow, no?
I was sitting in a part of the lower deck that was far back enough where there were TVs showing the TBS feed, which allowed us to see replays when the rest of the stadium hadn't. I imagine that most of the booing over the Ichiro call (besides the usual "boo when the other team scores" stuff) was NOT coming from those sections.
Fans boo every call that goes against their team. I heard boos a couple of times about strike three not being called, as the catcher turns around to hand the ball to the umpire, because it was in the dirt.
I am still kind of amazed. Did the 3B coach send Ichiro? He's not that fast - the ball beat him easily.
I'm not good enough to immediately replay and freeze-frame his farthest spot as evidence, but it didn't seem so to me. (Note - still an awesome play, but I'm just surprised it went without an argument or note from the broadcast.)
Chen is pitching better than his pitching line probably says.
I will never get tired of watching Ichiro score that run.
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