Touching The Bases On A Home Run Is Archaic | Once The Ball Leaves The Park Just Bow Or Something

Touching The Bases On A Home Run Is Archaic | Once The Ball Leaves The Park Just Bow Or Something

MLbbro Ke’Bryan Hayes hit a laser of a home run and missed first base during his ceremonial celebratory trot around the bases. The umpires reviewed the call and punched him out, negating his home run on a rule technicality. If baseball is worried about offense then this isn’t the way to help address that problem. In fact, it might be time to completely trash the rule altogether.

Brandon Carr has his take on ‘Swingin-N-Missin’

 

 

Touching The Bases On A Home Run Is Archaic | Once The Ball Leaves The Park Just Bow Or Something

Understanding Black Baseball In 2021

MLBbro.com’s Mark Gray has something to say. He might be swingin’ and missin’ on various baseball topics, but at the very least, he’s stepping up to the plate. You decide if he stays in the game.