Found May 17, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

MLB.com Red Sox starting pitcher Felix Doubront may have been trying to come inside on the Rays’ Luke Scott.  He may have been trying one of those wacky trick pitches that the old-timers whipped out in the black and white blooper reels.  Or…or the ball just slipped out of his hands. NESN play-by-play man Don Orsillo called it “not something you see every day.”  I wonder if Don is known to his friends as Captain Obvious. Doubront should take a page out of teammate Clay Buchholz’ playbook and doctor up the ball with suntan lotion. [MLB.com]

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