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Baseball Player Flings Bat In Stands On Two Consecutive Pitches (Video)
Posted by Ben on August 07 2014
One of the exciting things about being in the stands at a baseball game is the chance of catching either a foul ball or home run. But what is less exciting is having the bat ending up in the stands instead of the ball.

Yesterday, Brennan Boesch, who now plays for the Angel's triple-A team, flung his bat into the stands. Not just once, but 
TWICE! The first time it resulted in an injured girl. You would think that he'd then be able to keep his grip on the bat, but he flung his bat into the stands again on the very next pitch.

Fans quickly turned on him as he just seemed to smile about it. Most likely because of the large amount boos being shouted throughout the stadium, he wisely chose not to swing at the next pitch.
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