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Copy and paste the link above – a cool article I found today. Runner on 3rd – me at the plate – he steals home on Clayton Kershaw (NL Cy Young). I actually got a single to left off him. He was no joke!
23 Sunday Oct 2011
That’s a game changer. Bases juiced with 1 out…he throws home on the run and it costs them 2 runs. Looks like it’s over already in the 4th.
For my coaches and players…what could he have done different? In my opinion, he should have just set his feet and got one at home. He made the right read by charging and coming home but he was trying to turn it instead of letting the catcher turn it. Sometimes on the corners there’s this pressure to feel like we have to be quick – it’s just not true. Always make sure of one and you’ll
Iive to see another day.
Oh and by the way…the ump that call – terrible! Too big of a game to mess that up.