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Ten Feet Short of the Wall…Ryan Raburn’s Volley Turns Double Into Home Run!

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Detroit Tigers outfielder RYAN RABURN has been having defensive issues all season.  But this is something special:

In Tuesday’s game against the Seattle Mariners, Raburn tried to make a somewhat routine catch at the warning track in left field, but the ball bounced off his glove and went over the fence for a homerun.
This type of play isn’t really that rare, and it happened most notably in 1993 when a ball bounced off JOSE CANSECO’SHEAD.
But this one was different, because if Raburn hadn’t touched it, the ball would have landed about ten feet short of the wall.Click MEEEE!!

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