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Sport Matt Holliday breaks up double play by forgetting how to run the bases

03:45  16 july  2017
03:45  16 july  2017 Source:

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Much like collisions at home plate, breaking up a double play puts players ' health at risk, but it is also hard to fault a player when he's doing × Recommended For You Powered by Sailthru. Matt Holliday Injured The San Francisco Giants' Second Basemen With A Controversial Slide Last Night.

When the Mets finally broke through against Eric Fornataro for a run in the eighth, they were well in arrears as the Cardinals posted their first exhibition Peter Bourjos advanced Carpenter with a right-side groundout and Matt Holliday doubled past a diving Josh Satin at third. Butler, who was up with

Matt Holliday is the only reason Saturday's game between the Yankees and Red Sox went to extra innings.

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Holliday homered over the Green Monster at Fenway Park in the top of the ninth off Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel to tie the game at 1-1, but it was what Holliday did following his next plate appearance that became the real highlight of the game.

The Yankees outfielder walked to lead off the 11th inning. Jacoby Ellsbury followed with a ground ball that was fielded by Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland. Holliday started toward second base, but as Moreland threw to shortstop Xander Bogaerts at the second-base bag, Holliday retreated to first.

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In the end, it was a night when the Cardinals finally nudged across a run in the 12th inning and Matt Holliday made a dazzling running catch in the Instead, he hit into a broken -bat, inning-ending double play . Miller, who passed a season-high six in his last start (two of the walks were intentional)

The cool and dignified National League Championship Series between the past two World Series champions wound up in a heap beside second base Monday night at AT&T Park. Depending on one's life prism, Holliday broke up a double play with a hard, honest slide or Wile E. Coyoted a

With Holliday sliding back into the bag just as Ellsbury was touching the base, Moreland was unable to retrieve the relay throw from Bogaerts.

Holliday was out with the force at second, and following a review, Ellsbury was able to remain on first base. The crew chief ruled Holliday did not intentionally obstruct Moreland and was simply running the bases. Obstruction is also not reviewable as it is deemed a judgment call by the game umpires.

Red Sox reliever Robby Scott retired the next two batters to end the inning, but Boston manager John Farrell decided to play the remainder of the game under protest.

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