Yesterday, Twins’ backup backup heart fielder Rob Refsnyder gave us a blooper that ought to play in stadiums throughout American ballparks by… [checks date] tonight.
The 30-year-old utilityman, who often performs the infield, is seen right here monitoring a fly ball into deep heart area and working on the warning observe as if it by no means ends.
Ouch. Fortunately he wasn’t injured on the play.
In a while within the sport, Refsnyder would really assist the woeful Twins beat a good worse Orioles staff by scoring a run within the prime of the tennth. However each spotlight (or, on this case, lowlight) in Baltimore got here from this play.
It’s an amazing blooper, certain. And, sure, I did watch the clip over ten instances at this time — and perhaps too many instances whereas scripting this story. However if you happen to’re studying this, you most likely received caught in that viral loop, too.
However now, the Camden Yards crew is taking the trolling to a different degree. This afternoon, a member of the Baltimore Orioles grounds crew posted a photograph that outlined Refsnyder’s physique and jersey on the website of yesterday’s crash scene.
If a physique sketch on a baseball diamond rings a bell, it ought to. A couple of weeks in the past, Joey Gallo slipped and crawled again over to first base in a sport towards the Yankees. The subsequent day, his Ranger teammates hilariously mocked him with a crime scene to “examine” the spill.
Hopefully the Baltimore groundskeepers hold the tape up for tonight’s sport.
Picture Supply : deadspin.com – https://deadspin.com/we-have-more-baseball-crime-scene-clowning-1847011797
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