Andrew McCutchen Learned To Play The Game The Right Way By Watching The D-Backs And Doing The Opposite

"McCutchen's impressive hustle," MLB.com labels this highlight. It could just as easily be called "the Diamondback are bad at defense and baseball and should have sharp objects removed from their homes."

Chris Young lost a bloop single in the, uh, grass, and Willie Bloomquist couldn't scoop the throw, and McCutchen just kept on chugging to third. He probably should have broken for home—I'm sure Miguel Montero would have spontaneously combusted before receiving the ball, and whoever was backing up the throw would have stumbled into a pit of piranhas.