Adam Conley somehow managed to throw a pitch between Ryan Raburn's legs
When a player steps into a Major League batter's box, a lot of things have to be going through his mind: What will the pitcher try to throw to me? What's the game situation? How's my swing feeling? And now, on top of all of that, we can officially add one more concern: Is there a chance I'll have to do an evasive jig at any point during this at-bat?
Poor Ryan Raburn was just trying to focus on the challenge of hitting a tiny white ball with a wooden stick during Friday night's 5-1 loss to the Marlins, when all of a sudden, Miami starter Adam Conley decided to test his reflexes:
No, really, the ball somehow avoided hitting him. But while the judges award a 7.8 for accuracy, they also strongly condemn using batters as mini-golf windmills.