Boston Red Sox pitcher Kutter Crawford and his Philadelphia Phillies counterpart Matt Strahm were ejected for having too much fun this weekend. Prior to Saturday's game the two pitchers engaged in an old-fashioned national anthem standoff, but because of the MLB's new pitch clock rules designed to speed up the pace of play, both players were kicked out before the game even started...
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Morpheus14 months
Sounds and looks like something that should never have been a thing. Ever.
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wallowinit14 months
what in the actual frick was really going on there?
I understand NONE of it.
Someone please explain it to me like I'm 65.
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Mid Iowa Tiger14 months
It’s an old school baseball thing. Based on superstitions, some players want to be last back in the dugout after the anthem. To get inside their head a little the opponent would out last them standing there after the anthem. It’s really now more harmless fun between players.
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“Kutter” lol
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bengalman14 months
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Cwils222214 months
I regret watching the entire thing
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SECSolomonGrundy14 months
That video doesn't show shite
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