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Michael Morse Is So Strong He Hits Invisible Pitches Out Of The Park With His Invisible Bat

It’s a very, very early fall Sunday morning here in Long Beach, Calif. Specifically, it’s about 12:45 a.m., and I really should go to bed so that I can get up at a still very, very early time to get in my usual four hours of fantasy football preparation. Because anything less would be just plain lazy.

But something happened Saturday night that made me lament all of the baseball I’ve missed over the past three weeks.

Keeping it short, the Nationals’ Michael Morse hit a line drive out to deep right field with the bases loaded. The hit was initially ruled a simple RBI single, and Morse was tagged out after getting caught in a rundown.

By the umpires reviewed the play and correctly ruled that Morse had indeed homered. But first, he needed to follow MLB protocol. He couldn’t just finish rounding the bases. He … well just click on the screen shot below. And please fast-forward to about the 2:35 mark since I already gave you the background.

You can have your seven no-hitters, possible Triple Crown and one of the greatest rookie seasons ever. That is the highlight from the 2012 baseball regular season.

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