Jun 2, 2014, 11:33 AM EDT
I love this. I’ve seen it a handful of times in my life, but when I do, I love it all over again.
The perpetrators: Florida. The victim: College of Charleston. The method: the pitcher pretending to tie his shoe.
He actually almost looks safe, but the umpire seemed to excited to get to call an out on the hidden ball trick that I suppose he can be forgiven if he got it wrong.
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