Found September 28, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
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Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Ben Zobrist managed to field a grounder that bounced from his glove to his head, but still made the out after the ball bounced back into his glove during Friday night's MLB game against the Chicago White Sox.


In the bottom of the second inning, White Sox batter Dayan Viciedo hit the grounder to Zobrist, who displayed great concentration in staying with the play and making the out. That's using your head in more ways than one right there.

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Video via MLB.com.

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