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The Greatest Punch in Baseball History

A lot punches were thrown in Texas today.

The two teams (Toronto Blue Jays & Texas Rangers) has had a lot of beef since last year when they faced each other during the playoffs. And the heat came at full speed during yesterday's game. The whole thing started when Jose Bautista was hit by a pitch.

So to get back at the Rangers, Bautista decided to do this.

He went all out during a double play attempt by the Rangers and tried to knock out Rougned Odor. As you can see, Bautista's slide into second could have seriously injured Odor. And Odor was not happy.

So what did Odor do?

THIS.

I must say this is one of the greatest punches I've seen in baseball history. Odor got Bautista right in the face and I say he deserved it 100%. The slide was deadly and even if Bautista was mad about being hit by a pitch, doesn't give him the right to slide into second like that.
Baseball fans,

Who do you think is to blame here? Bautista or Odor?

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I have to say...it was indeed a great punch
@mchlyang lol oh yeah well that too. but yes it is.
@Starbell808 Bad for educational purposes but great for entertainment haha
lol wait a minute I am a fie hard Os fan so I have no love for the blow jays, but if your gonna be dumb enough to stand right over a plate trying to make a double play then thats on his dumbass for getting hurt. The blue jay runner was in the right......but he got knocked the fuck out
both. well to me. Odor should have taken the high road and not done that. but hell that was one hell of a punch. although he got wat he deserves but still damn lmao
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Hello sports fans! It's Friday the 13th! Here are some of the strangest superstitions in sports! Michael Jordan Michael always wore his UNC shorts under his NBA shorts. Thus, he wore longer shorts than his fellow players at that time. In the end however, his fellow players followed suit after the legend. Serena Williams Serena Williams is known for not changing socks once during a tournament. It sucks to wear a pair of socks for more than a day...imagine how it would feel to wear the same socks for an entire tournament! I guess Serena doesn't mind it considering the number of tournaments she has won. Brian Ulracher Brian Ulracher ate two chocolate chip cookies before every game. Maybe that was the secret to his muscular body. I think it'd be fair to call him the "Cookie Monster". Caron Butler Caron Butler was known to be an avid fan of Mountain Dew. He loved the drink so much that he drank before and during every game. During his UNC days, he asked his wife to pick him a 2-L bottle of the green stuff, and drank half of it before the game, and the rest during half-time. In 2007, the Wizards and NBA banned him from drinking it during games so he eventually quit the whole thing in 2009. Moises Alou This one has to be the most f*cked up one out of all of them. Moises Alou used to pee on his own hands to harden them! Should we see that as commitment to the game of baseball or just some pretty weird ass shit? Oh and by the way, don't try to harden your hands by peeing on them ladies and gentlemen, because doctors have confirmed that peeing on your hand doesn't harden them. It actually softens them. @jeff4122 @ButterflyBlu @superiorsl @Starbell808 @DonnaMelton @InPlainSight @jokes @BEAUTYgirlARIEL @David19Flo23 @karencorchado @salahabdalla @Moose892 @BrookieyElba @SamuelRodriguez @ValerieAlissaPa @xitlalicordova1 @AndrewMaldonado @Jovi @Shippudenguy21 @AbdulrahmanSaad @trinityarcangel @thefeels @Link4TW @ChriSingularis @sanazsanaz @WilliamBrown @DannyMoses @ClaySharko @Ravenwing92 @FromBlue2U @TravisBeck @LemissaNicole @BossDominata @gatorchick96 @MatthewBoughton @MarcusJiles @BrandonMcNeil @MalikLawary @KyleBerke @manbungo2000 @DerekGumtow @havic @Straightshooter @PhilAnthony @Kirooken @yaakattackk @RodneyYoung @DreJones @JonathanKerns @bnzattoni @TravisManning @GalacticChakra @smothgreen @afxs @johnnolastname @ChristopherKenn @ChasePage @coreywriley91@MikeWolf @MrTenThirty @JasonNilsson @BrunoDutch @SherzTYC @krishntejanand @addri @ChrisStephens What was your favorite one from the list? Do you have any superstitions when it comes to sports?