Found July 14, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse benefited from a stray pigeon flying in front of Arizona Diamondbacks batter A.J. Pollock. You can see the reaction from Pollock as he is obviously distracted by the feathered intruder. A called strike. The post Kyle Lohse Utilizes A Pigeon For A Strike On A.J. Pollock appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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