Found April 04, 2013 on Total Sports Blog:
Follow @DSchmelzerTSB on Twitter The bat that the crazy man in the picture above is holding, belongs to Cleveland Indians 2nd Baseman Jason Kipnis, who swung and miss on a R.A. Dickey knuckleball in both teams first game on Tuesday. GIF after the jump Wow, how great is that? The people around him seem to thing it is hilarious as well. I love the reaction of the kid in the jersey, he wanted that bat, but he was not going to lose an arm trying to get it from that crazy man. Shout-out to mlbgifs.com for the GIF.
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