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Fernando Tatis Jr. sprung for that highlight reel catch like he didn't have to wrestle with gravity itself for a hot sec. Must've felt too good for words to describe. In the MLB if you're lucky you get one or two of those catches in your whole career. Tatis Jr. definitely won't be forgetting that game. 

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It's almost as if Costas doesn't really know where the sentence is going to end when he begins talking. He meanders through, trying to find just the right words to deliver this bone-shattering slam. Damn Bob Costas, save some for our dads.

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This guy is literally the human version of a rain delay. Also, a moment of strong disapproval over the fact that managers insist on being so infuriatingly stubborn when it comes to not reversing a call after what was clearly a complete misunderstanding. 

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Well, he certainly committed. Honestly, props out to him for having the instantaneous presence of mind to not interfere with the game as it unfolded. The dude just bit the bullet. And then he literally took one in the nuts. 

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Twitter Thread: Dude Teams Up With Arizona Diamondbacks To Monitor Buddy's Date

Man, what a caring roommate this guy is. He decided to reach on out to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Twitter to coordinate an effort to check in on his buddy's date from afar. Suffice to say, the mission was most successful. This will either warm people's hearts, or inspire folks to NOT share with their friends that they're on dates. 

A funny Twitter thread where a guy ends up crashing his friend's date with help of MLB team.
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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!