Found October 07, 2012 on Diehardsport:
PLAYERS: Coco Crisp
TEAMS: Oakland Athletics
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Not one of the finer moments for Oakland A’s center fielder, Coco Crisp.During the 7th inning of the ALDS game against the Tigers, Crisp attempted a basket catch, which unfortunately, bounced out of his mitt.The error cost the Athletics two runs. The Athletics are now down, 3-2. Maybe next time Crisp will focus a little more closely on the ball than his showboat.
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