1. The KillerFrogs
  1. The hardest ball to track is the line drive hit right at your face. Can't tell whether it's going over your head or landing 15 yards in front of you. Even tougher when it's a knuckling softball.

    A ball elevated and going directly over your head isn't very tough. I have a much easier time fielding those than line drives or balls slicing, hooking, or seriously affected by wind.

    All that said, I can't imagine what Tebow saw that made his route sensible. I've taken a bad first step in before based on the hitters hips, reach, or pitch location. I've never run in on a ball mashed like that. You just can't be paying attention very well if you do.
     
    nwlafrog and MTfrog5 like this.
  2. Guy lost his virginity in the last couple of months, so he may have other things on his mind.
     
    ftwfrog likes this.
  3. I didn't know that. You may be right. What's his name?
     
    Ron Swanson likes this.
  4. Hardest ball to track is the one hit 150ft over the fence. Even harder to catch.
     
    nwlafrog and Purp like this.
  5.  
  6. He was referring to an outfielder, which is correct. Not a rocket hit at a 3rd baseman. Tebow definitely didn’t follow rule #1 of outfield 101 though. Ball above the bill, first step is back.
     
  7. Bench him. Maybe we should bench Krob too, just to be safe.
     

Share This Page