Found April 30, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
One of baseball's unwritten rules has to be that when a batter calls for a time-out, the opposing pitcher has to stop his wind-up and not deliver the ball. However, Bryan Bullington of the Hiroshima Toyo Carp decided to not follow that rule in a Nippon Professional baseball game against the Hanshin Tigers. As Tigers batter Ryota Arai calls for time-out during his at-bat in the seventh inning, Bullington doesn't acknowledge the stoppage of play and throws right at Arai: If Bullington's name sounds familiar, he was the first round draft pick of the MLB's Pittsburgh Pirates back in 2002. (Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
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