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Stephen Piscotty might be one of the unluckiest guys in the MLB. The poor dude was hit three times in the fifth inning. By the end of it he must've been unimaginably fed up. 

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No big deal, just standing next to Bo Jackson, one of the greatest athletes of all time. 

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Whether you watch baseball or not, it's hard not to enjoy someone bending the rules so successfully at such a high level. It looks totally stupid and unfair, but it's also kind of awesome that anyone could get away with some crap like this.

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A dude recently got into Miller Park baseball field through an unlocked door, found a tractor, messed around, and just kinda left. Security cameras caught the attempt. He said he was trying to write his name, but it looks like a fruitless effort.

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In her defense, she transitioned from that botched high-five attempt to pointing, with admirable grace. 

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In lieu of having fans in the stadium, the Japanese baseball team Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks has opted for a robot song and dance number that is about as technically intriguing as it is creepy.

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The sheer level of confidence that it takes to pull that move off is next level. Plus the commentary on this is gold. 

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This is Wally Backman, from the documentary "Playing for Peanuts." After his player is ejected, Wally comes out to demand a reason. In the end he threw 22 bats and a bucket of balls onto the field.

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Honest to goodness, this totally got us. It hurts to admit it, but this stupid video got us good.

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Dodgers Pitcher Dustin May, took a brutal line drive to the face during a game against the D-Backs. We hope he's in the process of a speedy recovery! 

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The Oakland A's Sign A Fan Who Threw 96 MPH In A Speed Pitching Challenge

Twitter user @cpatterson_7 filmed his buddy trying out a speed pitch challenge at a Rockies game, and after the video went viral on Twitter he ended up signing an official contract with the Oakland A's! Talk about a true fairytale. We wish this guy nothing but luck in his spontaneous MLB career. 


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Cubs Fan Called Out For Stealing Home Run Ball From Kids

This coldhearted Chicago Cubs fan's earned himself the nickname of "Mai Tai Guy" after footage of him stealing a home run ball from kids in the stands surfaced. I mean, he didn't rip the ball out of their hands or anything, but he definitely could've been more sensitive to those hopeful kids around him that just wanted a chance at taking home a home run ball. 

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We don't blame most people for crappy first pitches. It's pretty understandable when some local celebrity who hasn't thrown a ball in their life can't get it across home plate. This however, is pretty damn bad. Pretty sure she hit the camera itself.