Yadier Molina hit a ball into the lights. Well, not really “into the lights,” but that is how it looked to Jason Werth. Props to Werth for trying to act like he caught it, but Molina didn’t fall for it. He turned on the jets and ended up all the way on 2nd base. The good news for Nationals fans is that Werth made up for the error at the plate (0-3) an the game wasn’t close. (Nats down 8-0.)
Here is a look at the best and worst decisions by players entering or exiting the 2016 NBA Draft pool.
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