We’ve all seen Chase Utley’s slide at this point in time, which led to MLB Network’s Eric Byrnes to reenact the play in studio.
By Vincent Rapisardi
For anyone who has watched MLB Network analyst and former Major League baseball player Eric Byrnes on TV, you know he wears his heart on his sleeve.
And he doesn’t mind running thru a wall, or a standee for that matter, to get his point across.
After Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley controversially took out New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada trying to break up a double play in Saturday night’s game, Byrnes decided to demo the same play in the the MLB Network studio.
Checkout how it went down for the always enthusiastic, Byrnes.
Forget the replay of the Utley/Tejada play. Eric Byrnes provides a reenactment with a cardboard cutout. https://t.co/ZSvYvQsRDF
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) October 11, 2015
Just a little bit out of the ordinary, but hey, interesting nonetheless.
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