All five Reds infielders converged on a popup that fell right in the middle of them
The Reds got off to a bumpy start during their Monday night game against the Padres at Petco Park, trailing 7-2 after two innings of play. It looked like
It went right back to Arroyo's area, but it's typical for pitchers to defer to the infielders.
No one caught it.
Whoops. That definitely qualifies as the most unexpected single of Hedges' career.
It's like when you're in a group project in school and you all realize in class that everyone just expected someone else to submit the final paper.
To Arroyo's credit, he immediately returned to work and got
The Reds can take solace in the fact that these fluky plays just happen from time to time. And hey, at least it didn't happen in a World Series.