Orlando Hernandez — aka “El Duque” — used a trademark high leg kick during his nine-year Major League Baseball career. It’s fitting, as Hernandez recently kicked up a major fuss.
Hernandez, who last pitched in the majors in 2007, was ejected from a Little League game last month after throwing a temper tantrum. The incident occurred at the USSSA Wood Bat World Series in...
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Former New York Yankees pitcher Orlando Hernandez — better known to most as “El Duque” — has not pitched in an MLB game since 2007. That does not mean he has lost his passion for the game, and anyone who attended his son’s youth baseball game last month […]
Orlando Hernandez and his high socks made it back to Yankee Stadium.
There he was on the mound, across the street from where he helped the New York Yankees win three straight World Series titles from 1998-2000.
''I feel great. It's a big day for me after a lot of years,'' El Duque said. ''I come back today after maybe three or four years. I'm happy...
Via AP on Fox
June 23, 2013
Oregon pitcher tosses his glove to first base for the out
University of Oregon pitcher Jeff Gold and former New York Yankee pitcher, Orlando Hernandez have something very unique in common. They both have made incredible plays involving their gloves being tossed to first base. El Duque, as Hernandez was called, famously threw his the entire glove over to first base for an out during...
It seems like the kind of play that only happens in the movies, but Oregon Ducks pitcher Jeff Gold is turning fiction into fact. On Tuesday the Ducks took on the Cal State Northridge Matadors, when CSUN’s Ryan Raslowsky hit one back to the box with Gold on the mound. However, the pitcher was unable to get the ball out of his glove, as it had stuck in the webbing, and Golf tossed...
University of Oregon pitcher Jeff Gold found himself in a precarious position Tuesday.In a game versus Cal State Northridge, Gold makes a great stop on a ball hit right back up the middle. However, he initially struggles with getting the ball out of his glove because it is lodged between the webbing. Once he realizes this, he quickly starts running to first and proceeds to toss his...
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BY MARK FEINSAND
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
FOR EVERY Orlando Hernandez, there’s a Kei Igawa.