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Enjoy the adventures of Baltimore left fielder Nate McLouth.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, McLouth chased down a fly ball towards the left-field foul line off the bat of Cobly Rasmus. McLouth caught the ball, but his momentum carried him into the stands.
After disappearing into the (not-so filled) seats, an uninjured McLouth stood up and showed umpire Manny Gonzalez that the ball was still in his glove. Some Toronto fans claimed the nine-year veteran didn't hold onto the ball, but Gonzalez ruled it an out.
Then things turned ugly -- and embarrassing to real baseball fans -- as someone in the second deck of the Rogers Centre threw a beverage at McLouth. Fortunately, for McLouth, and the fan, the drink missed.
Here's the video:
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Meanwhile, the fan didn't earn any respect in the Twitter-universe.
Stupid Canadians throwing beer cans at mclouth. They shouldn't even have a baseball team
-- Jon Stricker (@jannnstricker) Ma...
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A classless fan at Thursday night's Toronto Blue Jays game threw a bottle of beer from one of the upper decks at the Rogers Centre onto the field, narrowly missing Baltimore Orioles left fielder Nate McLouth.
McLouth had just caught a fly ball at the warning track and was about to throw the ball back in when the bottle landed on the field no more than 3 feet from him. McLouth...
You stay classy Toronto Blue Jays fan.
There are lots of excuses for bad fan behavior, but not much for this.
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McLouth gets up, ready to throw ball back to the infield when a beer comes flying from the stands behind...
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Photo via SimplyAJ10/Instagram...
Orioles farmhand Kevin Gausman has been known to eat a few donuts .
In fact, the 22-year-old righty used to eat one powdered donut before taking the mound and four between each inning as one of his many baseball-related superstitions growing up. He even did it throughout his career at LSU before becoming the No. 4 overall pick in last year's draft.
Gausman has since given up...
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He pitched briefly in the minors last year and was 2-4 with a 3.11 ERA with Double-A Bowie this season...
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Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of the Daily Notes.
1. Three Types of Chart Regarding Kevin Gausman
2. Today’s MLB.TV Free Game
3. Today’s Complete Schedule
Three Types of Chart Regarding Kevin Gausman
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Here’s a scouting report on Gausman from Baseball Prospectus:
Gausman utilizes long arms, a high three-quarters release, and good extension to create hard downward...
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