Phil Coke signals pop-up on 400-foot fly ball

One of Phil Coke's idiosyncrasies is that when pitching, he'll point at any ball batted in the air. Typically a pitcher does this to signal the ball is in the infield, but Coke cares not for the proximity. When Reddick flew to deep center field, here was Coke's initial reaction:

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As Tigers fans gasped for air on a possible go-ahead homer, Coke knew all along.

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