Found May 08, 2012 on
Outside the Boxscore:
The game of baseball can tend to be a long one and at times, players can lose track of how many outs there are in the game.
It happened last night to Mariners catcher Jesus Montero against the Detroit Tigers as he started running off the field after a strike-out of Brandon Inge assuming that it was the final out of the inning.
Sadly for Jesus, it wasn't:
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Hilarious situation in Seattle this weekend. Hector Noesi had two balls thrown at him. One by the ump, one by his catcher. Have a look.
Nice reflexes Hector!
He threw one low pitch, but ended up getting back two baseballs. Wish I had this luck with women.
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