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Craziest "1 in a Trillion" Moments in Sports History

BIBLE VERSE OF THE DAY: Ephesians 5:1

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Part 2 coming soon! BRvid decided to cut my upload in half for some reason 🤷🏼‍♂️
AlbertsClips
I love how in the first one he immediately turns to the penalty box like “I know the drill guys”
Guitar Lessons BobbyCrispy
Dave Winfield of the New York Yankees accidentally hit and killed a seagull with a baseball in Toronto vs the Blue Jays, August 1983. He was charged with cruelty to animals and an autopsy was even done on the seagull. It created a lot of controversy here in Toronto.
Hunter Willis
In 1974, Michael Jack Schmidt hit a "long single" in the Astrodome. The ball was hit so high and far, it hit the speakers over the outfield and dropped to the field. Rules said it was a live ball, in play. It is estimated it would have gone well over 500 feet had it not been impeded.
James Huntsman
The thunder at
LightninLarry
LightninLarry 21 dia atrás
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Johnny Dropkicks
Not bad. I always enjoy seeing the Canseco off-the-head home run. I was 13 years old and actually at the game where it happened. My Dad and I had seats on the 3rd base side (mid outfield) and during the play we thought the ball hit Canseco's glove and went over. About 20 seconds later, the guy sitting a few rows back with a small radio started laughing. We turned around and he said, while still laughing, that the commentators on the radio said the ball bounced off of his head.
Crim Zen
The part where he "caught" the ball with his head had to be painful. I've had a similar thing happen when I was younger, but with the back of my head. Fly balls and homeruns always seemed to find me off the field and go for the back of my head like it was a magnet. Each time knocked me out cold.
Byron Dowling
I still have a Screenshot of the gamecast saying something like "Marcus Mariota passes to Marcus Mariota 4 yards for a Touchdown" and thought it was a typo until I saw the play 😂
Michael Lewis
I'm amazed at how players are able to react in the moment in ways that seem superhuman, and then sometimes they don't even react as if it was special.
G.B. Miller
I remembered that running through the fence one. That was basically Ron McCrary's entire New York Mets and baseball career.
Cole Hanzelka
The ball hitting Jose Conseco's meathead and going over the wall for a HR was hilarious.
Christopher White
Love the one with Pedro. The catcher and the Ump duck out of the way. Pedro doesn't even flinch. Even later in his career that dude was always locked in. One of the GOATS
GileadBot19
I saw Steve Young catch his own TD pass back in the early 90's. At the time I think only 1 other guy did it.
Somewhat Scenic
Anyone remember when D Wade took a shot that perfectly balanced on the back end of the rim? Didn't get stuck, didn't roll off, it landed perfect and balanced itself without falling in or out. That will never happen again.
Keith Carlson
That announcer’s reaction to the Canseco off the head homer at
AG Games
I always love when a tackler makes a touchdown, or gets a ton of yards, don't know why, but it's just fun to watch
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