Whether you think this is a home run or not, this catch is absolutely incredible...
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Whether you think this is a home run or not, this catch is absolutely incredible...
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Those are clearly PVC pipes
Reply7 months
Rule used to be that if you left your feet and landed outside the field of play, it is no catch (thus a home run in this instance). Otherwise you could run up into the stands and make a legal catch. Don't know what the rule is now. From the looks of this, it must have been changed.
Reply7 months
I hope those aren't metal fence posts.
Reply7 months
Are they trying to impale someone with that fence. WTF?
Reply7 months
WHS
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That fence is sketch AF!
Reply7 months
I don't see why it shouldn't be an out. If a baseball outfielder can jump and extend their glove above the fence to "steal" a home run, why is this any different?
Reply7 months
Same rule as a foul; ball’s not dead until it hits the ground. That’s an out.
Reply7 months
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