Found March 06, 2013 on Unathletic:
PLAYERS: Austin Levi
Usually when there’s a collision at the plate the catcher’s involved, and someone has the ball. Not in this case however. It happened at Berry College in Mount Berry, Ga., in a Div. III game against Hendrix College of Conway, Ark. Berry’s Levi Austin threw a wild pitch, and Conway’s Colin Radack sped down the line from third for what looked like an easy run. [Continue Reading] You have to credit the kid for innovative thinking. I mean it’s ridiculous, but it’s innovative. I mean it’s stupid, but it’s creative. I’m pretty sure if I was the runner I would get up and rock this dude for this bullsh%t. Hit the jump to see the video..

Division III College Pitcher Forgets He is Playing Baseball

The things that go through people's minds these days are amazing. Take this pitcher for Hendrix College--Levi Austin. For some odd reason he thought it would be okay to just body-check the base runner from Berry College rather than have him cross the plate and score. He nearly got a bench clearing brawl going, but I think even his team knew he did something incredibly stupid...

Pitcher Takes ‘Blocking The Plate’ To a Whole New Level

During a Division III Southern Athletic Association series game recently, a pitcher lost it for a few seconds and applied some rugby skills to a baseball game. The game featured the Hendrix College baseball team against Berry College, and not to ruin it for you but Berry won 9-7. Levi Austin, a senior right-hander from Berry College, was on the mound when he had one of the better...
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