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Toronto Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion forgot about the pitchers mound while tracking an high infield fly. The mound got his attention as Encarnacion went for a tumble and the ball fell in for a base hit. Pitching Mound 1- Edwin Encarnacion 0. The post Edwin Encarnacion Forgets About Pitchers Mound appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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