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I read a book about the Mookie Wilson-Billy Buckner play
1:47 was bs the dude didn't do anything😂 I feel bad for him
what up dude i love baseball
He drop the ballll!
He took a breath he can't breathe in baseball no one would even play baseball if u can't breathe
1:55 not a balk
0:43 was interference
that with the play at home from the pirates he was out by a mile that was the worst call in history
You missed that unassisted triple play from the Phillies-Mets game in 2009. I was at that game. That still bothers me to this day lol
If you pause at 0:52 you see it should've been out because he tagged him before he got,on plate and he never touched base
Robbing a homerun is not an unusual ending.
The first one the was out was called safe was interference look at 3rd base.
can someone explain me please what the pitcher were doing wrong @ 1:48 ??
Still my fav videos. Appreciate the time and effort!
The San Francisco Giants one was rigged when he balked
Please explain 0:57. What a bad call
Where's the Taylor error we're pig gets a little league homer
I'm still confused by what Castillo was doing. yeah I get that he went out to field the pop up in shallow right but after he drops it he throws to 2nd!?!?! What was he doing?
0:37 as a pirates fan, it still pains me to see that
0:57 ''being allmost on the 20th inning and the umpire calls safe a clear out'' I would punch that guy so hard he's grand children would be born without a face
Love how Vin Scully pronounces Uribe (Ou-RI-Bae) as "Yur-E-Bee"