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Shane Victorino’s backwards throw

Posted by Andy on October 5, 2011

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8 Responses to “Shane Victorino’s backwards throw”

  1. Evil Squirrel Says:

    Just for the record, that was not me at the game today, or yesterday.....

  2. Packers vs Bears, MNF Halloween 1994. 30+ mph winds at Soldier field, Bears punters kicks it right into the wind and it blows over his head for a -19 yard punt. (This is all from memory, I cant find any NFL play-by-play data anywhere from 1994, does it even exist?)

  3. I don't care how much Stu Miller wants to play it down, the '61 All-Star game still gets brought up a dozen times a year during Giants broadcasts.

  4. Lawrence Azrin Says:

    The link here for {this "incredible" throw} seems to go to David Freese's two run HR, not Victorino's non-throw.

    @2/ Topper009 - I vaguely remember that, too.

  5. Looks like MLB.com changed up the videos. Here is the correct link:

    http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?content_id=19846457&query=%26game_pk%3D317047

  6. Lawrence Azrin Says:

    @5/ Sorry Andy, but I keep getting the Freese HR when I click on that link.

  7. I do too. It's their interface. Just scroll through the videos at the bottom until you see about Victorino's play.

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