Here's how Pujols, Trout celebrated game-tying 2B off Fernando Rodney
On Sunday, Albert Pujols and Mike Trout of the Angels gave Seattle closer Fernando Rodney a taste of his own medicine.
In the ninth inning of Sunday's Mariners-Angels game (LAA 6, SEA 5), Albert Pujols smacked a double off Seattle closer Fernando Rodney. Said double plated Mike Trout who had drawn a lead-off walk and who represented the tying run. Here's how Messrs. Pujols and Trout marked the occasion (technical support: press "play" on the image below) ...
The best thing about arrows? They can be fired right back at your opponent. http://t.co/q1o4OIpxa7— Angels (@Angels) July 20, 2014
¡L'intrigue! That would be the firing of an "air arrow," and that would be the characteristic mound celebration of one Fernando Rodney. Since the Angels went on to prevail, the comeuppance remained intact and perfectly viable.
As the saying goes, live by pantomimed archery, die by pantomimed archery.
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