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Shane Victorino was the subject of one of the best comedic parts of this year’s MLB Postseason. In an effort to grab a baseball and simply throw it back anywhere near the infield, Victorino simply had trouble remembering how to exactly throw a baseball.   Some others could describe it as him losing his balance while fielding Lance Berkman’s RBI double, resulting in quite an odd throw.  To each their own. Click On The Image To Watch The Video       Link to original article: Shane Victorino Provides Some MLB Postseason Comic Relief [Video] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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