INeedAName: they tried to make the catch...the other team celebrated...
DeWayne Mann: Slog: chimp_ninja: It's the outfielder's ball if both an infielder and outfielder call for it, because the outfielder is moving forward.This is the second time Jimmy Paredes (the Astros RF) has collided with his second baseman and caused a dropped pop fly on a play like that:http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130513&content_id=47434172 &v key=news_mlb&c_id=mlbThat first play was earlier this week, and involved Paredes running into Jose Altuve, who is pretty experienced, and knows what he's doing at second base. I'm going to guess that Paredes is probably at fault, since these plays involving him keep happening. He's probably not calling for the ball very loudly, if at all.Might have something to do with the fact that Paredes isn't actually an outfielder.
UNC_Samurai: upndn: It only took 20 years of futility before the Bucco's figured out a way to tag another team to be it./go bucs[i.imgur.com image 641x387]/sorry, I had a moment of inspiration
chimp_ninja: ...It's the outfielder's ball if both an infielder and outfielder call for it, because the outfielder is moving forward. ...bdub77: In this case you give the catch to the guy with his hands up watching the ball who can't see you behind him. He had the ball. The guy coming in behind him made the mistake.
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