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WATCH: Rosario makes abnormal catch to keep no-hitter alive

Minnesota’s Eddie Rosario was unable to complete the catch with his glove on a low hit line drive. But that’s okay because he caught the ball with his bare hands before it hit the ground.

As the above clip clearly shows, the ball never hit the ground therefore it stayed live until he corralled it with his hand. That’s why you always have to keep your eyes on the ball when you’re in the field.

At press time, Twins’ reliever Ryan Pressly had made it through 1.2 innings without giving up a hit; he relieved the starter after six innings.

Update – 6:39 PM

Pressly’s no hitter came to an end in the eighth inning. He gave up a single to the fourth batter of the inning.


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Neil Roberts View All

Proud alum of Washington State University, crazy sports nut, and drinker of beer.

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