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Wednesday drive through: Brewers pitcher with the greatest reaction ever to giving up a grand slam

55 Well, that was fun - NBC has already cancelled The Playboy Club

Still can't believe this is right, but it is ... only 28,299 showed up on Tuesday to watch the Rangers play the Rays in the ALDS Game 4. That's not a plea for a new stadium. That's a plea for relocation.

Finally someone says what I've been preaching - the Big 12's beef with the Longhorn Network is on the Big 12 administrators, too.

Another blow to romantics - Blake and Leo have split.

The highlight of Tuesday night has to be watching the Brewers/DBacks NLDS Game 3, and specifically Brewers pitcher Shuan Marcum.

The DBacks were leading 3-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning when Marcum had the bases loaded and Paul Goldschmidt down two 1-2 in the count. Of course Marcum gave up a grand slam, but watch this video for his reaction when the ball jumped off Goldschmidt's bat. It happens at the 14 second mark of this clip and you have to watch it closely.




As you can, see Marcum knee immediately the ball was gone so he does as most normal people would and just tosses his glove in a "Screw it" moment.



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Bridget Moynahan

I'm sooooo excited about Leo is available again!!!!!

Earl Boen

The Rays do not need a new stadium or a new place to play. Baseball needs to change. Less innings. Shorter schedule. A new format. Something needs to change to make it more exciting. 28,299 fans coming out last night is terrible. But it's not Tampa that needs fixing, its the game. Baseball is dull and in need of repair.

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