If you’ve got the stomach for home plate collisions, check out this one from the LSU-Ole Miss game this week. Raph Rhymes of LSU, racing home to complete an inside-the-park homer, doesn’t have time to lower his shoulder and brace for a collision with Rebels catcher Stuart Turner. Turner had his eyes on the errant throw, and ended up taking out the knees of Rhymes, who flips over him and then scores.
It has happened.
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