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Travis d’Arnaud falls to the ground after being hit by a 55mph pitch

When a positional player pitches during a blowout, hilarious results often occur.

That was the case in the Braves’ 16-4 win over the Nationals on Tuesday night in Atlanta.

Ground after being hit by a 55 mph pitch by Dee Strange-Gordon, usually a second baseman, during the Braves' 16-4 blowout win over the Nationals.
Travis d’Arnaud has a smile on his face after jokingly falling to the ground after being shot by a 55-mph pitch from Dee Strange-Gordon, usually a second baseman, during the 16-4 blowout The Braves’ win over the Braves was taken national teams on Monday.
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Nationals Dee Strange-Gordon, normally a second baseman, was called up on pitch sweep duty and beat catcher Travis D’arnaud at 55 miles per hour. When the former Met was hit, he playfully fell to the ground.

Gordon – who came on in the eighth inning – allowed three earned runs in his one inning of work, including a solo homer against Ozzie Albies.

This benign plunking was in marked contrast to the Mets-Nationals streak, in which several members of the Amazin’s were hit with much faster-velocity pitches and caused the benches to clear.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/12/travis-darnaud-falls-to-ground-after-getting-hit-by-55-mph-pitch/ Travis d’Arnaud falls to the ground after being hit by a 55mph pitch

JOE HERNANDEZ

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