Found July 05, 2013 on Wezen Ball:
There were certainly some fireworks going off yesterday around the league! /lamepuns Let's get to the trots. Home Run of the Day: Wilson Ramos, Washington Nationals - 24.57 seconds [video] I may have been tempted to put Adam Dunn's walkoff blast in this spot, but then I was afraid of subjecting you to a Hawk Harrelson home run call. My apologies for that. Ramos is definitely worthy, though. In his first game back in two months, Ramos collected five RBIs, including this three-run blast to put the Nationals ahead for good. The fact that it came immediately after the Brewers erased a three-run deficit made it all the more special. Slowest Trot: Allen Craig, St. Louis Cardinals - 26.63 seconds [video] An unusually slow trot from Craig. This blame can be laid on Matt Holliday, however. As the runner on first, he slowed down Craig severely, helping him earn the slowest trot of the day. Quickest Trot: Austin Jackson, Detroit Tigers - 18.67 seconds [video] ...
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