Daniel Robertson appreciated the help he got from a Rays fan on a foul popup
No matter how loudly you cheer on your favorite team -- or how loudly you boo the opponent -- you know you can only boost your team's chances of winning so much. That is, of course, unless you are sitting in the first row and a foul pop up is heading your way off the bat.
Really hoping our defensive player of the game is in the house again today. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Cq7ijCmW63— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) April 11, 2018
The lucky Rays player who hit this popup and got an extra life of sorts, Daniel Robertson was certainly thankful for the fan's defensive effort:
I owe the man a steak dinner.. 🙏🏻😂 https://t.co/67OWGmuF42— Daniel Robertson (@D_Robertson28) April 11, 2018
Here are some more highlights from the baseball social media world over the last week...
Just had a guy in our minor leagues tell me he grew up watching me pitch. This is what old feels like— Phil Hughes (@PJHughes45) April 10, 2018
New Cardinals reliever
What that’s crazy i can’t be in two places at once.... I’d have to be like a super hero or something.... https://t.co/rhALOxg618— Derek Holland (@Dutch_Oven45) April 9, 2018
Unofficial hot take: @jcurllll just hit a HR 50 degrees at 128mph. Don’t @ me— Braden Bishop (@bradenbishop7) April 10, 2018
Being a Major League player means you get to travel all over the country, but it also means you have to become an expect packer. Pirates pitcher
Packing for a Chicago-Miami roadtrip is quite an enigma. I felt like a beanbag packing my flip flops right next to my winter coat.— Trevor Williams (@MeLlamoTrevor) April 8, 2018
White Sox prospect
Wish he played Fortnite as well as he pitched https://t.co/ZObNOs2IsO— Justin Paulsen (@Justin_Paulsen6) April 12, 2018
Save it🙄— Dane Dunning (@Ddunning33) April 12, 2018