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Greatest Pitch Ever

And I hate baseball:

11 Responses to “Greatest Pitch Ever”

  1. militant_marmot Says:

    Wow. I don’t know what else to say to that. Just….

    And then I have to ask how he came up with it and how much did he practice to get it right?

  2. Gun Blobber Says:

    Greatest ever? I dunno, this still amazes me…

  3. tgirsch Says:

    For starters, that ball looked way the hell high and outside to me.

  4. kbiel Says:

    Cool, but I would be more impressed if the ball had managed to stay within the same zip code as the strike zone or fooled the batter into at least a half swing.

  5. Don Gwinn, Chicago Gun Rights Examiner Says:

    Pretty cool, but it looked like they called it a strike.

    If you could throw a strike that way, I think it would have some value, because the first few batters probably wouldn’t swing at it.

  6. Charlie Foxtrot Says:

    Hokay, Fatboy. You try dat one again. I knock it to Godzirra Bay!

    Good to see Japanese Umps are just as blind as ours.

  7. Kevin S Says:

    Hmm… sneak attack… reminds me of something… can’t quite put my finger on it…

  8. Robert Says:

    It falls into the eephus pitch category, and thus could be used as a changeup. Unless he can consistently throw it for strikes it won’t be successful, since a batter faced with it would probably fail to swing at it, as happened here.

  9. nk Says:

    I think you can only do it without anyone on base.

  10. Chas Says:

    It would be better to bean the batter with a baseball fired from an air cannon located in the stands behind him, because if sneaky is good, then sneakier is better.

  11. Bobby Says:

    5 bucks says if that was tried here, they would call it a Balk.

    Cool though!