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Found June 11, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

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22,834 (roughly) people saw the Orioles beat the Angels 3-2 in Camden Yards Tuesday night. You have to think that 22,600 were Orioles fans.  In the bottom of the third inning, O’s shortstop J.J. Hardy hit a foul pop-up down the left field line.

Mike Trout had a beat on it as he made it to the wall.  He couldn’t make the play because a fan WEARING A MIKE TROUT JERSEY interfered on the play and made the grab instead. He’s one of the 200-some Angels fans in attendance and this guy botches a play for his team.

Atta boy, Bartman.

4 Comments:
  • Trout had a 'bead' on it not a 'beat'.
  • Ironic? Yes. Relative to the eventual outcome of the game? No. The out was awarded to the Angels.
  • That article saying he had a "beat" on it looks to be written by someone from Detroit. With the way the school system is now its surprising there weren't more words misspelled. The original story was from itsalwayssunnyindetroit.
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