Cleveland Indians center-fielder Rajai Davis made the two worst errors you’ll ever see in the 2nd inning of their matinee against the New York Mets.
This isn’t real life, is it?
This has to be a joke.
Were the New York Mets really just gifted an inning full of runs thanks to one Cleveland Indians outfielder? You bet they were.
In the 2nd frame of Sunday’s contest, Cleveland pitcher Corey Kluber figured he delivered a gem of an inning when Curtis Granderson popped the ball high to skies in left-center for the would-be third out.
That was, until Rajai Davis had a say in the matter.
Suddenly for Davis, an easy fly-ball looked like a blur, lost in skies as the sun beamed down. The ball the fell harmlessly on the warning track dirt, as Granderson slid into third base, beginning a fortunate Mets outburst.
Sometimes Sunday is not a fun day. pic.twitter.com/TgNLjVTTcC
— MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) April 17, 2016
Never mind, Yo! Davis lost it again, this time scoring Conforto, and giving the Mets a comfortable 6-0 advantage over Cleveland.
It’s now safe to presume Rajai needs some new polarized sunglasses, or he’s an awful outfielder.
Rajai Davis worst enemy pic.twitter.com/7Nltq4TUnx
— Mickey Callaway (@MetsGOAT) April 17, 2016
A sunny, cloudless sky in Cleveland. That's usually a good thing. Not for poor Rajai Davis.
— Tyler Kepner (@TylerKepner) April 17, 2016