Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura stole first base against the Cubs. Yes, you read that correctly. Segura was caught in a rundown between second and third and while he was being ran back to second base, Ryan Braun, who was on first when Segura attempted his steal of third, advanced to second where both he and Segura were tagged. Segura, who was actually safe at second, started running to the dugout thinking he was out before being instructed to stop on first base. Braun was called out at second. Segura was then thrown out attempting to steal second base, again.
Atlanta went up 31-0 when Julio took it the distance.
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Just trying to help the team.
“It does boggle the mind how somebody can be so thin skinned.”
Brett Tenaglia of New Fairfield (Conn.) rebounded a missed Bunnell free-throw with one second remaining and let loose a desperate Hail (…)
Colts fans will be pleased.