Found June 21, 2014 on The Outside Corner:
Reading that headline, you’re probably baffled. Three runs on a wild pitch? What the hell? Oh, so that’s how it happened – a terrible throw by Michael McKenry let the second run score, and some heads up baserunning allowed Jean Segura to score the third run. You *really* don’t see that every day.
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