A side-arming Georgia lefty attempted to pitch inside, but the baseball had wildly different plans
Pitchers thrive (or don't) depending on their command of the baseball, but let's face it: Pitching is hard.
The challenge of standing on a mound 60 feet, six inches away and delivering a white sphere to a precise, pre-designated spot in the catcher's mitt can have its obstacles, one of them being physics.
So when University of Georgia left-hander Adam Goodman toed the rubber and attempted to pitch inside to a left-handed LSU hitter on Friday night, this happened instead:
Juuuussst a Bit Outside. pic.twitter.com/9xIIDuQceV— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) March 18, 2017
Good save by the pitcher who, rather than exhibiting his frustration as we probably all would in that situation, turned it into an, "I'll just reach down and grab some dirt to play it off" move.