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Alex Presley gets an assist on Omar Infante’s home run

Sep 9, 2011, 9:24 PM EDT

Alex Presley

Marlins second baseman Omar Infante entered the night with just three homers all season.  Now he has two in one game, with more than a little help from Pirates left fielder Alex Presley.

The homer was part of a nine-run third inning for the Marlins. As of this writing in the sixth, they have 20 hits and they’re up 13-3.

  1. vicksprman - Sep 10, 2011 at 12:05 AM

    Okay everyone, this is why Joe West made the incorrect ruling in the Phillies game, this is why MLB was wrong in turning back the appeal. You cannot assume someone will make a catch!!!!

    • addictedzone - Sep 10, 2011 at 2:15 AM

      There is nothing involved concerning assumption. All that matters is the interference that took place in the play to which you are referring.

  2. kiwicricket - Sep 10, 2011 at 1:08 AM

    I LOVED Infante’s HR pose/trot!

  3. Old Gator - Sep 10, 2011 at 12:01 PM

    I couldn’t pick up the game here in Toronto but the Feather Lice and Orryholes were on over the bar. I can only say that as the sorry score rolled up and the assembled locals began shifting their attention back to the band on stage, I did think once or twice about what might be going on in Peetsburgh – needless to say, I didn’t expect the kind of shellacking the Feesh laid on the Bucs. When they put up more than a run or two, I’m shocked – just a bad habit I developed this season.

    Anyway, thanks for the assist. The Feesh need all the help they can get. Presley might consider an offseason job walking newly captured sharks around the adaptation tank at Sea World until their gills begin pumping again.

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