I’m not gonna lie, most grown-ass men try and snag any foul ball that comes their way. Even better, catch it in your stadium beer cup, chug the beer, and watch the crowd go wild.
I mean, who doesn’t want that?
Apparently some dude in Kansas…
At a college baseball game between TCU Horned Frogs and the Kansas Jayhawks, a pitch was fouled back high up over the netting behind home plate, and this dude thought about going for it, and then just bailed.
And his girl ended up taking it off the side of head.
I mean, it wasn’t even a line drive…
Men in Arkansas aint scared of Raccoons. Men in Kansas scared of foul balls.
— 11Point7: The College Baseball Podcast 🎙 (@11point7) May 14, 2022
Texas College Baseball Pitcher Levels Batter Rounding Third
We all love a good baseball fight every now and then.
I mean c’mon, you might not have a pulse if you don’t get fired up when a batter charges the mound after getting intentionally hit by a pitch, and the dugouts clear and everybody’s throwing hands.
Aside from the fines and black eyes from getting punched in the face amongst the players, it’s high quality entertainment for us sitting in the stands, or watching from our couches.
However, I can honestly say that I’ve never seen anything like this before in my life.
Earlier today, Weatherford was squaring off against North Central Texas College for a Texas college baseball showdown.
Shit hit the fan in the sixth inning, when Weatherford took the lead after a go ahead homerun from first baseman Josh Phillips.
Pitcher Owen Woodward didn’t take too kindly to the two-run blast, and as Phillips rounded third base, Woodward charged at Phillips full speed and plowed over the player, like he was Vontaze Burfict or something.
It would’ve been a 15-yard penalty and an ejection if it was football.
You can’t help but think that Phillips said or did something after the homerun to piss Woodward off, but there’s really no telling considering the video is shot from the press box.
Sure enough, after the benches separate the two, Phillips completes his homerun trot and touches home, as Woodward was escorted off the field.