You know I love doing this idea.
So you're Josh Harrison and it's the top of the 4th and you've just gotten the first hit for the Pirates off of Kyle Hendricks.
You're sooo happy.
You're the man.
You're the guy who finally broke through, because Hendricks is dealing.
And you get a little greedy.
You think hey, why not just take second base?
So you take your lead.
You're watching Hendricks.
He winds up.
You BREAK but OH NO! NOT... HENDRICKS ISN'T THROWING HOME YOU GOTTA SCAMPER BACK TO...
aaaaaand you're out.
Right there on live tv, Kyle Hendricks just gave you a wedgie.
Hey, it happens, man.
The Cubs, behind Hendricks' masterful painting of the corners, never gave the Pirates a chance.
Well, a little hiccup with Carl Edwards, but otherwise Anthony Rizzo's 26th homer was all the Cubs needed.
That Javier Baez was standing on first when it happened made it 2 nothin'.
And it ended up 3 nothin'.
That Pirate lineup isn't a cake walk.
They have some monsters over there, and Hendricks cut through 'em like buttah.
Greatest Summer Ever.