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Twins minor-league affiliate New Britain wins in wild fashion

Your browser does not supportiframes.The New Hampshire Fisher Cats truly know the agony of defeat following Tuesday's gut-wrenching setback. Twins Double-A affiliate New Britan beat Eastern League rival New Hampshire that night thanks to an extremely rare occurrence: a walk-off intentional walk. Allow us to explain: Down 5-3 with their last chance to win in the bottom of the...
Via Fox Sports North
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Blue Jays Double A Pitcher Throws Away Game On Intentional Walk

Toronto Blue Jays Double A pitcher Alan Farina throws a wild-pitch on an intentional walk attempt that causes the winning run to score. New Hampshire Fisher Cats hurler Farina put a little extra mustard on a routine intentional walk toss sailing the ball over the head of catcher Jack Murphy to end the game. The post Blue Jays Double A Pitcher Throws Away Game On Intentional Walk...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

What?! Walk-off intentional walk?

Your browser does not support iframes. The intentional walk is an often-used strategy because, in addition to reducing the risk of something bad happening to the fielding team, it is highly difficult for professional baseball players to mess up. The pitcher throws the ball to the catcher, the only requirements being that the pitch is (1) unhittable to the hitter and (2) catchable...
Via Fox Sports
August 15, 2013  |  Discuss

New Hampshire Fisher Cats Game Ends on Botched Intentional Walk (Video)

An intentional walk is supposed to be one of the biggest “gimme” plays in sports. Don’t tell that to Blue Jays minor leaguer Alan Farina, though, whose inability to find his catcher during an attempted intentional free pass lost his team the game on Tuesday. With men on second and third and two outs in the ninth inning of a tie game, Farina’s New Hampshire Fisher Cats elected...
Via NESN.com
August 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Blue Jays pitcher suspended 50 games

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Alan Farina has been suspended for 50 games under minor league baseball's drug program. The commissioner's office said Wednesday that Farina had a second violation for a drug of abuse. A 26-year-old right-hander, Farina was 1-2 with a 5.18 ERA last season for Class A Dunedin of the Florida State League. There have been four suspensions this year...
Via Fox Sports
January 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Blue Jays pitcher Alan Farina suspended 50 games

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Alan Farina has been suspended for 50 games under minor league baseball's drug program. The commissioner's office said Wednesday that Farina had a second violation for a drug of abuse. A 26-year-old right-hander, Farina was 1-2 with a 5.18 ERA last season for Class A Dunedin of the Florida State League. There have been four suspensions this year...
Via AP on Fox
January 16, 2013  |  Discuss
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