The Indians’ shocking eighth-inning comeback tied things up against the Cubs, thanks to Rajai Davis homering off Aroldis Chapman. Up top is how it sounded on Korean broadcaster MBC Sports; below is how it sounded on Russian TV.
Rajai Davis took on the role of a one-man defensive disaster in the second inning of his team’s game against the Mets today. Here’s the Cleveland outfielder’s struggles with the sun, as called wonderfully by Mets Spanish-language announcers on WEPN radio. Baseball’s rules being what they are, neither play was ruled an…
As Rajai Davis was talking to Fox Sports Detroit during today's Marlins-Tigers game, a player wandered into the frame, waved at the camera, sat down, and smooched a gal before the two left. The reader who gave us the heads-up believes it was Joe Nathan, and it sure looks like him.
Baseball and collision physics, man.
Some good baseball today in Cleveland: Indians reliever Cody Allen just misses the strike zone, and the Blue Jays' Rajai Davis just misses with this swing.
Oh, sure. Everyone's gonna blame the kid for this. They're gonna say Alcides Escobar's foul ball was obviously playable, and that the ball boy was wrong to interfere. But come on. This one's on Rajai Davis. He could have easily made that catch had he called the kid off.
There's a very good chance you've already seen this play from yesterday afternoon, but I'm posting it here a) on the off-chance it has slipped your attention and b) for posterity's sake because holy shit, Rajai Davis! It was a play some Blue Jays fans say they've never seen before, an outfielder scaling and reaching…