ESPN Pranksta Strikes Again

I caught a bit of the Home Run Derby last night and saw a new feature ESPN has added to its telecast: when the ball is hit, they digitally put a yellow tail on it so you can see its flight path.  What do they call this feature?  “Ball Track.”

And if you think that’s suggestive, wait until you hear what happened at the end of the first round.  Three players were tied for the last spot in the semifinals, so they had to have – wait for it – a “bat-off.”  I don’t know how the broadcasters managed to keep straight faces as they talked at length about three guys batting off.

This is even better than your last work, ESPN prankster.  You can write for this blog anytime.

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2 Responses to ESPN Pranksta Strikes Again

  1. Courtney says:

    “Deuce Released” was better.

  2. Jacob Glick says:

    Haha! I can’t believe they call it a ‘bat-off’! Hilarious post!

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