How the Nationals Catch Fly Balls
Another controversial result for the Nats last night, with the "home run" ball that seemed to defy typical rules of bouncing. But that wasn't even the most interesting outfield adventure. I'll choose Josh Willingham's pursuit of this ball into the left field corner. And apologies for my TV being difficult.
Scene 1, above: Baseball outfielder pursues ball into the left field corner, something you might see 600 times a season. Borrrring.
Scene 2: Baseball outfielder prepares to catch the ball. Feel free to get up and grab some more celery stix from the fridge. Nothing to see here.
Scene 3: Hold up, what just happened? I see the ball, and the glove, and they're supposed to now be resting together in perfect harmony. They're not supposed to be two, blurred-out, disharmonious bodies, passing in the night. Confused. Need more celery.
Scene 4: Um, Josh, where exactly are you going? The ball's behind you.
Scene 5: Haw dyd tht jist hppen?
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