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(Major League Baseball)   Jayson Werth pulls a Willie Mays Hayes by stealing second, third, and home in the seventh inning against the Dodgers   (mlb.mlb.com) divider line 60
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2009-05-13 04:29:23 AM
he should have stolen first too.
 
2009-05-13 06:13:15 AM
I like the way the batter does a little dance backwards.


/video was one of the few exciting baseball highlights
 
2009-05-13 07:01:49 AM
Absolutely perfect timing. Well done, sir.

Gotta love Phillie fans demanding a curtain call for a stolen base!
 
2009-05-13 07:15:53 AM
You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.
 
2009-05-13 07:16:34 AM
zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

FTFM
 
2009-05-13 07:17:49 AM
That was beautiful.

I still think the best steal of home was Ellsbury's, though. No element of surprise -- just flat out beat the pitch to plate. That's ridiculous, and I can't think of the last time someone has done that....

/anybody?
 
2009-05-13 07:21:06 AM
What's a Jayson Werth?
 
2009-05-13 07:24:34 AM
saw it last night... I love this team.
 
2009-05-13 07:37:24 AM
I see Jobu's magic really works!
 
2009-05-13 07:42:30 AM
You can read the catcher's mind at the end of the clip. He wondering what he can do after baseball.
 
2009-05-13 07:51:03 AM
Dear Jerk: You can read the catcher's mind at the end of the clip. He wondering what he can do after baseball.

Russell Martin ain't going anywhere for awhile.

Ironically, for a catcher he's really good at stealing bases. This incident will definitely learn him, though.
 
2009-05-13 08:12:02 AM
zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?
 
2009-05-13 08:14:31 AM
you have pee hands: Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?



**woooooooossssh**
 
2009-05-13 08:16:33 AM
zpb52: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Who are these f'in guys?

Want me to drag him outta here? Kick the shiat out of him?
(followed by the best facial expressions in all of cinematic history)
 
2009-05-13 08:16:36 AM
It was pretty funny watching him grab home. Werth had this expression as he was meandering along the third base line like "What, they aren't looking at me? Really? shiat, lets take home..."
 
2009-05-13 08:19:37 AM
btw, hiring Davey Lopes has done wonders for Phillies steals. I don't know if there is a better base running coach out there.
 
2009-05-13 08:48:10 AM
What, no mention of Werth's mom? Slacking, slacking...
 
2009-05-13 08:50:07 AM
you have pee hands: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?


I'm pretty sure we'd all stand around and point and laugh at you.
 
2009-05-13 09:04:54 AM
No Mackey Sasser references yet?
 
2009-05-13 09:15:11 AM
Bee Roo Ga Ho Shee: That was beautiful.

I still think the best steal of home was Ellsbury's, though. No element of surprise -- just flat out beat the pitch to plate. That's ridiculous, and I can't think of the last time someone has done that....

/anybody?


Carl Crawford did it a few years ago, against the Red Sox. It barely got a mention from anyone in the press.

Meanwhile, ESPN and baseball in general can't suck Ellsbury's cock enough. How many times have I seen his steal of home already this year?

Oh, yeah, Crawford stole 2nd and 3rd before stealing home in that game, too.
 
2009-05-13 09:16:29 AM
peachpicker: you have pee hands: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?

I'm pretty sure we'd all stand around and point and laugh at you.


Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.
 
2009-05-13 09:21:49 AM
you have pee hands: Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.



A baseball fan who hasn't seen Major League?
 
2009-05-13 09:25:17 AM
you have pee hands: peachpicker: you have pee hands: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?

I'm pretty sure we'd all stand around and point and laugh at you.

Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.


I think that statement is going to have the exact opposite of its desired effect.
 
2009-05-13 09:27:16 AM
MattyFridays: What, no mention of Werth's mom? Slacking, slacking...

This. Came for a picture of Mrs. Werth, will leave very disappointed.
 
2009-05-13 09:30:24 AM
DeathByGeekSquad: you have pee hands: peachpicker: you have pee hands: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?

I'm pretty sure we'd all stand around and point and laugh at you.

Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.

I think that statement is going to have the exact opposite of its desired effect.


you have pee hands, I would take that as your cue to lord the Phillies' World Series win over the thread, seeing as how every other farker's teams' season ended in bitter disappointment.

/Pirates fan
//bitterly disappointed
 
2009-05-13 09:37:40 AM
you have pee hands: Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.


What what what??

Get thee to thy nearest video store!
 
2009-05-13 09:43:56 AM
Bee Roo Ga Ho Shee: That was beautiful.

I still think the best steal of home was Ellsbury's, though. No element of surprise -- just flat out beat the pitch to plate. That's ridiculous, and I can't think of the last time someone has done that....

/anybody?


i believe carl crawford pulled the same thing against the sox a year or two back. still, ellsbury's was pretty nasty.
 
2009-05-13 09:54:02 AM
I almost pulled a spit take when I watched this live. I love the Phils.
 
2009-05-13 09:56:39 AM
skinink: I see Jobu's magic really works!

Plus Jobu helps with curveball.
 
2009-05-13 10:06:03 AM
peachpicker:
you have pee hands, I would take that as your cue to lord the Phillies' World Series win over the thread, seeing as how every other farker's teams' season ended in bitter disappointment.

/Pirates fan
//bitterly disappointed


Isn't it a little less disappointing when they're nowhere close?

I wasn't much of a Phils fan before I moved to the city in '06. It's before they won... but I still feel a bit like a dirty bandwagon jumper.

/At least you've got cheap tickets
 
2009-05-13 10:06:11 AM
MorningBreath: he should have stolen first too.

Can I do that?

Sincerely

Jimmy Rollins 2009
 
2009-05-13 10:09:39 AM
Bee Roo Ga Ho Shee: That was beautiful.

I still think the best steal of home was Ellsbury's, though. No element of surprise -- just flat out beat the pitch to plate. That's ridiculous, and I can't think of the last time someone has done that....

/anybody?


Aaron Hill against Pettite in 08.
 
2009-05-13 10:20:45 AM
ucfknights: MorningBreath: he should have stolen first too.

Can I do that?

Sincerely

Jimmy Rollins 2009


No, cause you're not having much luck stealing any other base right now.

/bitter fantasy owner.
 
2009-05-13 10:24:53 AM
RobDownSouth: Gotta love Phillie fans demanding a curtain call for a stolen base!

Being a Philly sports fan is a tough way to live. We take our little moments of joy where we can find them.
 
2009-05-13 10:39:14 AM
Hey, bartender! Jobu needs a refill!
 
2009-05-13 10:45:58 AM
Carlos Ruiz stole home as part of a double steal in 2007. Last Phil to steal three in an inning: Pete Rose. I knew Werth was awesome when he and Utley got blasted DURING the parade.
 
2009-05-13 11:02:28 AM
bubbaprog: Bee Roo Ga Ho Shee: That was beautiful.

I still think the best steal of home was Ellsbury's, though. No element of surprise -- just flat out beat the pitch to plate. That's ridiculous, and I can't think of the last time someone has done that....

/anybody?

Carl Crawford did it a few years ago, against the Red Sox. It barely got a mention from anyone in the press.

Meanwhile, ESPN and baseball in general can't suck Ellsbury's cock enough. How many times have I seen his steal of home already this year?

Oh, yeah, Crawford stole 2nd and 3rd before stealing home in that game, too.


You want some salsa to go with that chip on your shoulder?
 
2009-05-13 11:06:49 AM
i735.photobucket.com

/Approves
 
2009-05-13 11:18:57 AM
Cybernetic: RobDownSouth: Gotta love Phillie fans demanding a curtain call for a stolen base!

Being a Philly sports fan is a tough way to live. We take our little moments of joy where we can find them.


Walking through south Philly a couple weeks ago, I walked past a family -- a mom, a dad, a kid in a stroller, another kid about 7-8 years old. The dad was wearing a T-shirt that said "If you ain't an Eagles fan you ain't shiat." That's what I like about Philly sports fans right there.
 
2009-05-13 11:26:50 AM
MattyFridays: What, no mention of Werth's mom? Slacking, slacking...

dawnofthealmostdead.files.wordpress.com

/lukewarm
 
2009-05-13 11:50:20 AM
you have pee hands: peachpicker: you have pee hands: zpb52: You may hit run like Mays, but you hit like shiat.

Yeah, his .870 OPS over the last 2+ seasons is just terrible. What would you do with a whole team of guys like that?

I'm pretty sure we'd all stand around and point and laugh at you.

Damn. Missed a quote from a movie I've never seen.

Mea culpa.


You've never seen "Major League". Never seen... How is that even possible? Get out out my farking thread, and go watch it.

Who goes into a baseball thread that hasn't seen "Major League", "The Natural", "Bull Durham" or Field of Dreams"? Those are all required viewing for any baseball fan, right? Regardless of whether you like any or all of those films, you need to have seen them all.
 
2009-05-13 12:04:38 PM
Mohammed Wong: Who goes into a baseball thread that hasn't seen "Major League"

Should we warn him about the sequels?
 
2009-05-13 12:05:34 PM
I love to see the Phillies do something good, but I'm too distracted by the fact that someone hasn't seen Major League to even think about it.
 
2009-05-13 12:11:29 PM
Chulainn: Mohammed Wong: Who goes into a baseball thread that hasn't seen "Major League"

Should we warn him about the sequels?


No, I think he sould experience the hopefull optimism, then crushing despair you get from watching the horrid sequel to a good film.

Whoops, cat's out of the bag... um, SPOILER ALERT!
 
2009-05-13 12:49:30 PM
I remember Pete Rose's in 1980. It was his first game in Cincinnati as a Phillie. He forced a walk then stole second third and home on consecutive pitches! Way to rub the salt in the wound there Pete.
 
2009-05-13 01:02:26 PM
Bestbank Tiger: skinink: I see Jobu's magic really works!

Plus Jobu helps with curveball.


Are you saying that Jesus couldn't hit a curveball?!?!
 
2009-05-13 01:05:42 PM
Oshawa: ucfknights: MorningBreath: he should have stolen first too.

Can I do that?

Sincerely

Jimmy Rollins 2009

No, cause you're not having much luck stealing any other base right now.

/bitter fantasy owner.


He has to get on base to steal them.
 
2009-05-13 01:10:26 PM
I don't know subby, would be better with the SICK tag instead of the COOL tag. What Werth did was sick man.
 
2009-05-13 01:31:51 PM
Delawheredad I remember Pete Rose's in 1980. It was his first game in Cincinnati as a Phillie. He forced a walk then stole second third and home on consecutive pitches! Way to rub the salt in the wound there Pete.

The Rickey Henderson home run was leading off the game by drawing a walk, stealing second, stealing third, and scoring off a sacrifice fly.
 
2009-05-13 01:37:27 PM
Mohammed Wong: Who goes into a baseball thread that hasn't seen "Major League", "The Natural", "Bull Durham" or Field of Dreams"? Those are all required viewing for any baseball fan, right? Regardless of whether you like any or all of those films, you need to have seen them all.

Naked Gun needs to go on the list too.

Seven Mason: /Approves
Awesome.

Couple weeks ago I saw an old freind for the first time in a while. He says "I dont know why this popped into my head, but there are 2 quintessntial movies over the years that I always associate with you and your brothers and hanging out at your house when we were kids." Those films are Johnny Dangerously and Major League. Almost brought a tear to my eye.

/felt like sharing
 
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