“Joey Gallo would be irate after that play” “Ban the shift already”


Infielders don’t normally play in the outfield, but Baltimore Orioles infielder Rougned Odor did just that against the Texas Rangers today. Slugger Corey Seager hit a ground ball into the outfield. Odor — playing a heavy shift in right field — ran to his right, grabbed the ball, and threw it to first in time for the out.

“Got him at first, what a play!” shouted the Orioles broadcast team.

Seager’s hit was more of a line drive than a ground ball. It bounced just once and, if not…



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