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Sport Florida baserunner brilliantly distracted pitcher as teammate stole home

06:31  12 june  2018
06:31  12 june  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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With runners on first and third with two outs in the fourth, Auburn pitcher Andrew Mitchell was focused on Nick Horvath at first base as the lead runner Blake Reese got a huge jump to steal home.

From the initial look, it was odd that Mitchell seemingly ignored the lead runner. After the replay, though, Mitchell's hesitation made sense. Florida tricked the Auburn pitcher into allowing Reese's steal by having Horvath intentionally fall after breaking to second.

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The steal is one of the most exciting plays in baseball. A player on base tries to run to the next base without the assistance of a teammate ’s hit. In that time, the pitcher will pitch the ball over home plate, the catcher will grab it, rise to his feet, and throw to the player covering the base the runner is

Florida base runner Kelsey Stewart took advantage of her opponent's lack of concentration to steal home and score a run for her team . Teammate Kirsti Merritt drew a bases-loaded walk, prompting Stewart to see a potential steal .

Seriously, this was brilliant.

When Mitchell saw Horvath belly-flop 20 feet off first base, he was ready to throw a pick-off attempt to first base. By the time he realized that it was all a trick, it was too late.

Auburn would throw Horvath out at third base later in the play, but the run had already scored.

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