Found October 04, 2012 on Laugh At Sports:
The catcher for the Houston Astros seemed to do "The Snake" as he tried to sneak into second base in a game against the Chicago Cubs. When you go in sliding head first they shouldn't need to apply first-aid to your head. His feet did almost make it in first as they were right behind his head.He looks like he got a nice shave at least.Here's one angle of the play.This is the only slide worse than the Houston Astros 2012 season.And here's another angle.Thank God he was wearing a helmet!
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