Todd Frazier took advantage of some confusion to steal second base
During the eighth inning of Sunday's 7-3 loss to the Blue Jays, White sox designated hitter Matt Davidson did what we all do from time to time: He lost count.
This led to some level of minor chaos as Davidson attempted to walk to first base on ball three.
Chaos -- or disruption, as the kids call it -- presents new opportunities for advancement. Though Davidson was asked to return to the batter's box, Todd Frazier seized the moment and stole second base.
While everyone else was focused on Davidson's misunderstanding of the count, Frazier saw a situation he could use to his advantage, making his way to second base before anyone realized it was happening.