Sunday 18th November 2018


Rounding Third, and Headed for Home, It's A Brown-Eyed Handsome Man

Rounding Third, and Headed for Home, It's A Brown-Eyed Handsome Man

Minnesota Twins catcher Willians Astudillo is affectionately known as La Tortuga, but anyone familiar with Aesop knows that slow and steady wins the race. He willed himself first-to-home on a double last night against the Yankees and looked flat-out awesome while doing it. Helmet off, wind flopping in the air, gasping for air. It was the picture of a man young, wild, and free.

Pure beauty.

Of course, the 270-foot sprint took it out of our fearless hero.

It’s rare we get to see the complete embodiment of a beer league softball player in the majors. Let’s savor it.

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1st Gap, Spherical three pic.twitter.com/RVYmBFFMjW</p> <p>— Masters Highlights (@MastersMoments) April 7, 2018</p></blockquote> <p>Phil Mickelson’s reward for narrowly making the minimize at The Masters was to exit in much less-than-best circumstances Saturday morning. He instantly discovered himself in hassle, scoring a triple-bogey on No. 1. One of many strokes got here on a mighty hack which got here up empty.</p> <p>Been there, finished that.</p> <p>Lefty might have additionally bonked his head towards a tree whereas taking place swinging, including mild damage to insult.</p> <p>On the brilliant aspect, there’s an opportunity we get Phil and Tiger paired collectively on Sunday at Augusta, simply as everybody hoped.</p> </div>
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