Life tip: If you try to railroad 'Ballers' star Omar Miller at home plate, you'll be sorry
While Giancarlo Stanton may have stolen most of the evening's attention with his absolutely absurd power show in the T-Mobile Home Run Derby at Petco Park, the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game wasn't without its share of excitement too -- both in on-field happenings and due to the mere presence of Terry Crews:
A back-and-forth affair highlighted by questionable defense and timely hits, the game came to an end in the top of the sixth inning with a stellar defensive play by Omar Miller, catcher and actor known for roles in Ballers, CSI: Miami and Transformers, to name a few.
Home-plate collisions may no longer be a thing in the Majors, but they're fair game in the Legends and Celebrity Softball Game. That set the stage for a dramatic double play hit into by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, allowing Miller and his imposing physique to stand ground and prevent Disney Channel star Cameron Boyce from scoring a game-tying run on a fly to left field:
In the end, the lesson to be learned here is this: Do not try to "truck" Miller. It won't end well for you if you do.
Nice Allen Iverson stomp at the end, too ...