The Washington Nationals were up 6-4 in Kansas City headed into the ninth. Tanner Roark gave them 7 1/3 solid innings, and everyone but Bryce Harper got a hit. They had a great chance to beat NBA center-sized pitcher Chris Young, but then Jonathan Papelbon, the maddest Jonathan in baseball, gave up five hits and three…
Sometimes, your team really bones it and gives up a walk-off home run. Or maybe they lose after a new MLB rule bites them in the ass. Both of those scenarios suck, but neither is outright embarrassing. The Blue Jays’ 4-3 loss to the Orioles in extras tonight, however, ended in sad, humiliating fashion:
The Mariners stopped their five-game skid in the most emphatic way possible: by walking off the winners after a big ole’ dinger in the tenth inning against a division rival. You can watch the official MLB version of Dae-Ho Lee’s home run against the Rangers if you want, but we recommend these Korean broadcasters…
After blowing the lead in the top of the ninth, St. Louis evened the NLCS when Kolten Wong led off the bottom of the frame with a line drive homer to right. Here's how it sounded in Spanish on Fox Deportes. (Hint: it was much better than Joe Buck's call.)
Well, that happened. Here's a version without Bob Costas, using just the crowd audio track:
Fifth-ranked Florida escaped with a bizarre 3-2 win over Georgia last night in Gainesville, as a rare walkoff strikeout allowed Vickash Ramjit to score from third after Bulldogs catcher Brandon Stephens blundered away what should have been the final out of the 16th inning.