Witness MLB’s First Official Pantomime Grand Slam

Michael Morse of the Washington National scored perhaps the weirdest grand slam ever witnessed in baseball history. Umpires reviewed his blast which was initially ruled a single (Morse was tagged out in a rundown) and determined that it was a grand slam. That’s when things got weird. Watch as Morse is made to pantomime his grand slam for it to count. That starts about 2:30 into the video.

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Posted by on September 30, 2012.
Filed under Sports.
Doug Johnson is a news junkie and long time blog reader, turned author.

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  • UOG

    I had been wondering what the NFL’s replacement refs would be doing now that they were no longer employed.

    Congratulations to Morse. He’s a good sport.