#Hot Corner

Josh Hamilton face-catching a baseball

Yes!

Remember, I can't watch 15 games every night. So if you see something like this, or a shirtless usher falling down the stairs, or a squirrel climbing up a foul pole, or ... please, tweet me what's going on.

Now let's see Oswaldo Arcia's first hit jump up and git Josh Hamilton:


Right in the face! Twice! But everyone can do GIFs now. I feel so marginalized. The new rage is still shots! Yeah ... okay, not really. But that doesn't mean that these still shots of Hamilton's doink aren't pretty amusing:


My favorite part is when the ball hits Hamilton in the face twice. Or maybe that middle one, where he's yelling "Come at me, bro!" to the baseball that's attacking him.

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