Sports This Mariners player won’t stop until he hits everyone in the beans with a baseball

19:36  08 august  2018
19:36  08 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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He loves old baseball players and their histories. He formed a relationship with former Negro Leagues star Buck O'Neil, and when the Mariners played the Over the mountain at the baseball stadium, he and his friends don' t take the field, and he doesn' t hit 50 soft-toss pitches or swing until he 's happy.

A pitch intentionally thrown to hit the batter if he does not move out of the way, especially when directed at the head (or the " bean " in old-fashioned slang). Main article: Dead ball ( baseball ). The ball becomes "dead" (i.e., the game's action is stopped ) after a foul ball and in cases of fan or player

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Chris Herrmann is still at large. And he’s coming for you.

Chris Herrmann is a backup catcher who was previously known for having a name filled with double “r”s, double “n”s, and an “m,” which meant it was possible to get him confused with Chris Hernrram, Chris Herrnnam, and Chris Hemmarm, at least in print. But now he has a different claim to fame: He’s coming for your beans.

In the ninth inning of Tuesday’s game, Herrmann hit a foul ball that almost guaranteed that Cameron Maybin, Jr. wouldn’t participate in the 2040 All-Star Game in London on account of never being born.

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Seattle Mariners . Here at SB Nation, we’ve developed the the BEANS Score™ ( Baseball -Endured Aggravation Numerical Standard), which runs from 1-to-10. Two pitches later, he hit a booming leadoff home run to center field.

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But after careful research ...

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... it looks like it got Maybin on the hip. Which is good! I, for one, am happy about that development. Because it would be ghoulish and weird to root for a direct hit, ha ha, and I am definitely not either of those things.

On the very next pitch, though, Herrmann made sure his reign of terror and nausea was not done.

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Taken separately, the first one would rank a 0 on the BEANS™ score because it didn’t qualify, and the second one would be a 4, because it hit the ground first. Together, though? That’s a cool 7, just for the unlikelihood alone. The odds were against this ever happening, and it’s absolutely chilling to think about.

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I said, it’s absolutely chilling to think about.

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In Major League Baseball , “one- hit wonder” refers to a player who enjoyed one prolific season anomalous to all 20 MLB Players Everyone Forgets Played For The New York Yankees. The Mariners traded Fleming to the Royals in 1995, where he pitched nine games with the team before

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I SAID, IT’S ABSOLUTELY CHILLING TO THINK AB

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Okay, fine, it’s a little funny. But only because nobody was hurt.

On the pitch after that last foul ball, do you know what Herrmann did? Laced a double off the left-field wall. That’s right: He wasn’t going to stop until he’d hit his second two-bagger of the at-bat.

Herrmann was determined to pound a couple of doubles, alright. He almost pounded three of them in one at-bat, which would have been a record. We should all be wary of Chris Herrmann, who is like a T-100, but for beans. He’s coming for you and everyone you love.

Hat-tip to the multiple people who tweeted, emailed, direct messaged, and texted me. Your commitment to the cause is appreciated.

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