Astounding, after watching Jason Lane give his at bat away, and Vizcaino refuse to take a pitch under any circumstances, Bagwell's approach looked so good. He waited on the pitch, stayed back, then punched the pitch where it wanted to be punched.
It seemed like the most natural thing in the world that Bagwell should make solid contact, and that the ball should end up splitting the center and rightfielders.
Don't know 'bout you, but I'm a little choked up . . .
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