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We have all seen Jim Halpert put Dwight Schrute’s stapler in jello on The Office. And you know about Hall of Famer Ted Williams’ cryogenically-frozen head. Somewhere in the middle of those two is the frozen glove belonging to Arizona Diamondbacks first base coach Steve Sax.
Before Sunday’s game, Sax found his glove completely frozen in a bucket of ice. He said that when he took it out of the bucket, it weighed about 12 pounds. “They” always say (whomever they is) that you see something new at the ballpark every day. This would certainly qualify.
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Your browser does not support iframes.Arizona Diamondbacks first base coach Steve Sax was on the receiving end of a cold practical joke Sunday.Sax walked out onto the field for batting practice to find that his glove had been frozen in ice!He seemed to have handled it like a good sport, though.
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