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Ole Miss hits walk-off HR on attempted intentional walk

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LMFAO!

"On Friday, Auburn lost to no. 23 Ole Miss on a walk-off three-run homer in the 13th inning. That's neat and all, but here's the rub: the home run occurred as Auburn's Jay Wade was attempting to intentionally walk Mississippi third baseman Austin Anderson."

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Single most embarrassing pitching moment in baseball... even more so when it's a walkoff winner.
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Smart by the hitter to look alive in the box, though. It surprises me how nonchalant pitchers can be during an intentional walk.

Reporter: "38-0. Teams just don't do that in a playoff semifinal."


Jonathan Allen: "Alabama does."


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what a dumbass...















oh come on now,even Auburn fans gotta be thinkin it...

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View PostUAdan, on 05 April 2014 - 11:17 AM, said:

Smart by the hitter to look alive in the box, though. It surprises me how nonchalant pitchers can be during an intentional walk.
This was the third time in a row he had been intentionally walked, and the first two times pitches came mighty close, so this time he was ready.

View PostJoeGator, on 07 December 2015 - 02:41 PM, said:

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That's great coaching by Sunny Galloway. Your welcome Auburn, or should I say thank you for taking him from Norman.
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