Most amazing baseball play of all time

I consider myself a huge baseball fan and I had never heard of this before today. In light of the world going to hell since 2001 I am blogging this and demand that every member of this blog watch it.



This is kind of the most awesome thing I have ever seen.


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34 Responses to “Most amazing baseball play of all time”

  1. GymMom Says:

    Awesome! I remember this well. Probably because I’m OLD! Thanks for posting!

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      LOL I am to young to remember it when it happened but I can’t believe I never heard about it in all my years of baseball watching.

  2. sanitynmotion Says:

    If Obama were there he’d probably have Mr. Monday escorted out, not those two guys. If this happened today I’m sure those guys would have been on welfare and food stamps, too. Plus disability and who knows what else.

    Sorry but that’s just my opinion. I don’t understand how someone can claim to love America and yet push for immigration reform just weeks after the Boston bombings. If anything, they need to look at who they let into this country and maybe not allow people that are on the terrorist watch list become nationalized citizens collecting wellfare and food stamps off of the hard-working middle class.

    Again, just my opinion.

    That video gave me the chills though. I would love for the love of this country as it stands to return to how it used to be.

    • gymtruthteller Says:

      The Governor of Massachusetts refuses to release info on how long the marathon bombers were on welfare. Rumor (someone leaked the info) is they were on it when they released the bomb but the idiot Governor still refuses to tell the people the facts because he says they have privacy rights.

      This state is so messed up politically wise I don’t know why I actually live in this state. Oh right, I know why I can’t leave my nieces and nephews, the red sox and the boyfriend won’t

      No one has the right to privacy if I am paying for their house, internet, phone and medical bills.

      I personally think we should close the borders and not let anyone in. I find giving money to Countries that hate us like Egypt the most disgusting thing ever. I also think having a law allowing criminals who have been breaking the laws for years to stay here complete insanity.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        I’m in the exact same situation. I live in the Pelosi-loving blue state of California. I was born here, family lives here, so same thing: can’t really move, although the politics are completely backwards. My state VOTED to increase taxes to “save the schools” even though it wasn’t guaranteed that the money would go to education – more like it would go to more government waste and covering the health care of illegal aliens (sorry, but this is true).

        Right to privacy? Yeah, right. Then it just shows that the terrorists of this nation have more rights to privacy than its freedom-loving law-abiding citizens. When 9,000 cops are going through people’s homes in Boston in search of one kid and those people are being threatened with arrest if they interfere (despite there being NO search warrant), then something is wrong. Yet we give the terrorists rights to privacy. Bullsh*t.

        9,000 (or was it 10,000) cops and militia patrolling the streets of Boston that day yet they skipped the street that the kid went to, even though it was 400 YARDS from where they last saw him on foot. 9,000 people trying to find ONE person, yet at the end of the day the person that found the guy was a non-armed citizen. Go figure. There’s your tax dollars at work, folks. And now the kid gets to have lawyers represent him all at the taxpayers expense.

        None of it makes sense.

        And I agree with you we should let nobody else in. Hundreds of US citizens have died at the hands of immigrants since Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act. Yet we keep putting the welcome mat down.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        That is the best part. The FBI wasted my entire day because the second they ended their search he was found. That is Classic.

        Now I personally did not mind being told to stay inside but I can see how people would be against it. I am also in the % that says if you aren’t doing anything wrong than there is no reason you should be worried if the FBI is searching your house but I see your side too.

        Of course I might feel differently if it was done to me but I haven’t heard anyone say that they were threatened if they didn’t allow the FBI in their house. My guess is someone would have come out with that if it had happened.

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        I was reading some articles where people said they were threatened if they didn’t let the FBI in, then they would get arrested. They also went on to say that the way they were searching was lazy (just peeking in the kitchen, looking in the bedrooms). No looking in closets and that sort of thing – just very in/out.

        I’m with you that if you’re not doing anything wrong, what’s the harm? But I guess some people just don’t trust the FBI (hrm, why not?) and they are also afraid that it was being used (the search) to determine who had guns to confiscate. I know – silly but you know Americans and their guns.

        If they had come to my house I would have said “search away” but then again I would hope they didn’t leave a mess. That would suck. But in any rate I can understand not wanting to open your door to a bunch of cops – it’s not like they really have the citizen’s safety as their first priority (not all cops are like this, but I have enough cops in my family to know that this is very true).

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        I never read those articles but interesting. I would have expected the tv media to bring it up but I should have known better. Right now we are in the praise the cops faze.

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        This is ho0w I feel. This could be me

      • mimi Says:

        but then you wouldn’t have fabulous foreigners such as myself moving there.

    • Catherine Says:

      I’ve no idea how criminals end up legally emigrating to the US because it is actually pretty strict. I myself would have a miniscule chance, absolutely tiny, of ever being able to emigrate there and I have no criminal record or anything. To go on holidays to the US you have to do the visa-waiver thing and spill the beans on your life, which to me is strict.

      The EU freedom of movement sucks in a way. No checks, no nothing..we have a LOT of criminals here from Eastern Europe, no bother at all to them to get in. And from non-EU too, its harder for them to work, but no background checks whatsoever.

      As for welfare, meh. I am on it, it’s extremely difficult to get a job in my country and I have to go back to college and retrain because my degree is useless to me. I despise people who remain on it with no intention of getting off it- and there’s big incentive here as the full dole is very high- €200 a week. No food stamps. Rent allowance, fuel allowance, family income supplement, etc. etc.

      Hating the country that has taken you in is something I will never understand. The UK has this problem with some Muslim communities aghast at western lifestyle and demanding Sharia law. We don’t have that cropping up yet, mainly complaints about it raining most days. Ireland has only seen immigration in my lifetime, when I was growing up there was nobody not local in my area and school. Kinda crazy to think about..

      • gymtruthteller Says:

        Welfare should be temporary. It should be for those who need it and have paid into it. It should not be for people that come to a Country with no job and expect hand outs.

        The problem with the US is we might let people in with rules but once they are here we do not police them so its easy to stay after your Visa expires.

        Don’t take this the wrong way but when you say there are no jobs in your Country do you mean there are no jobs in your Country in your field or no jobs at all?

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        I agree. There needs to be a cap on welfare, and there needs to be a cap on assistance based on how many kids you have. One mistake, okay – I get it you need some help for a certain period of time. But two, three, four, ten mistakes – you shouldn’t get paid more based on how many children you breed. It just puts more unwanted children out there.

        You’d be surprised how many parents keep on having kids for the sake of collecting a higher pay check from the government and then not even using that check to feed the kids they have.

        I could go on. I shouldn’t have made it a political rant but I feel like so many out there don’t see the consequences of what’s going on. Future generations (including our own) are going to have sooooo much debt to pay off. We’re becoming like Europe, and the only reason we aren’t “Europe” already is because the US dollar is the world’s global reserve currency, so the Fed using the printing press to keep on spending is why it will take longer for the whole scheme to collapse.

      • Gymbee Says:

        Agree Catherine. The EU freedom of movement does suck. In my home city they have major problems with Romanian gypsies at the moment. Not much to be done though.

        I’ve been wondering about that too – emigrating to the US. How do they do it? I’ve been wanting to move since I was little. Now I have a masters degree and I work for an American company but it would still be very hard.
        These foreigners like the terrorists, I’m wondering how the heck they got in in the first place?

      • sanitynmotion Says:

        Literally you have a better shot at becoming a US immigrant if you are a terrorist. I kid you not. I don’t know how or why it happens but it seems like they want to keep educated, smart people willing to work out of the US and bring in the uneducated lower-class sorts that eventually resort to dropping bombs or blowing people’s heads off. Or both.

        The government wants to buy votes and this is one way to buy votes, is all I can think of.

        If you can find an American company willing to sponsor your visa that’s one way to do it, but it’s insanely difficult. You almost have to know someone.

      • Catherine Says:

        Oh yeah, welfare should always be temporary. And yes, there are loads of illegal Irish who overstayed their student j1 visas, like that nanny in court who’s out by 10 years. 10 years wtf? Can’t go home and visit, can’t drive, ughh.

        There are no jobs in my field. There is a moratorium on state civil service jobs which is one area I would have liked. Others need a masters and there’s still no hope after that, so no point. I have worked in retail but all contracts are temp, there’s very few vacancies, and its so hard to get back in even with years of exp. I need it as a stopgap through college though. In general, jobs are few and far between. Emigration has shot way back up, everybody is fleeing for Australia, Britain and Canada.

      • mimi Says:

        yeah but australia is pretty awesome if i do say so myself 😉
        beautiful weather, beaches, people, food, no recession (thanks mines!), decent wages.. some of the best standards of living in the world.
        my only gripe is that we play double if not triple on almost everything compared to europe and the US.
        we have issues with brits overstaying their visas all the time. worst culprits of it lol.

        with that said id love to study postgrad in the US but it’s just too damn expensive unless you get the fellowships. boo.

      • Catherine Says:

        Pfft, pesky Brits! My sister lives in Sydney. Loves it, except for the cost of living and the lack of great shops for her price range. Some people I know are just in Australia to drink, and they give all the people who are there to work and save a bad name.

      • terrigymfan Says:

        Mim, we once had issues here in the US with the Brits overstaying their welcome. Happened in the late 18th century I understand. Things got a little nasty and we had to kick them out.

      • Gymbee Says:

        Mimi the dangerous critters pull you down in the rankings though! 😀

  3. exgymgurl Says:

    Wow ummm…. Okay 😉 great grab… Im too young to remember that, and its a good lesson. I think its important to know your truth inside, and go from there. Thats all I have to say

  4. Gymbee Says:

    Thanks for posting! Never heard about this. I’ve only ever been to one baseball game in my life and you hate the team but give me some credit for going haha! (Not much base over here!)

  5. Case Says:

    I wasn’t alive yet and had not seen this but I love it. I’m surprised those two jackass fans weren’t tackled by security.

    • DL Says:

      I was just thinking how lax security must have been that two dudes could go down to the field and take their time lighting matches.

  6. JAS4 Says:

    Great video!!!!!!!

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