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ESPN had Mets star Francisco Lindor miked up during New York's Sunday Night Baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies. During one inning he impressively made a double play while fielding questions from the booth...
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atltiger648725 months
tells you all you need to know about the state of baseball when a player is interviewed while the game is actually occurring. So little happens in baseball that they can actually do this nonsense.
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Hurricane Mike25 months
Jordan Thompson can't do one task
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jeff7012125 months
He didn't turn a double play, he started it. The 2nd baseman was the one who turned the double play.
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Liberator25 months
"And, we're speaking live to Francisco Lindor...Ughhh, Francisco. Howie Rose just dipped his pizza crust into ranch dressing!! Gotta ask. Do you..." "DAMMIT!! I JUST FRICKED UP AN EASY DP BALL! THANKS DUMBAZZ."
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Nix to Twillie25 months
The interview was over when the ball was hit. Lame.
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Sid in Lakeshore25 months
WTF are you talking about? HE was speaking to the mic, no?
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Sid in Lakeshore25 months
Nevermind, commentator was talking. My bad.
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Shaq4prez25 months
live in game interviews......cant stand it.
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Spelt it rong25 months
Why not? Gives access to the fans in a sport that needs more fans.
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Shaq4prez25 months
@spell it. I'd rather my 90 million dollar shortstop focus on the game than talk to Karl Ravich about his favorite pizza toppings
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Basura Blanco25 months
Not a fan of the interview, but LOVE the players being mic'd up
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GumboPot25 months
Meh, that was pretty routine.
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Hurricane Mike25 months
Not for LSU's defense
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