OT: Cleveland Indians Derp
I hadn't heard 'bout dat!
....and the point of Rayburn's existence, summarized in one attempt at throwing:
First time I ever saw someone spike a baseball.
He was thought to be our long-term option at second base by many a couple years ago... Yes... This guy. Not to mention it feels like he spent a decade in the farm system
was the guy sitting on the bench in the pullpen.
homeruns allowed than homeruns he hits himself. /s
He has now assisted in at least two home runs for the other team.
It's a double and a 2-base error.
I could have made a better throw. And I have whopper junior hands.
Playing pitcher and fielded a hot grounder. Turned to second base to start the double play and just spiked the ball. I feel for the guy.
I liked how his throw was so horrible he had to run and go get it himself.
He just needed Manny in position there to cut it off for him.