LOOK: The Astros take aim at rookie's SUV during batting practice
Tyler White can only watch in agony as George Springer laces his ride with a well-struck ball
Prior to Saturday's Athletics-Astros game at Minute Maid Park (OAK-HOU GameTracker), Houston rookie Tyler White fell victim to some vehicular hazing. Let's have a look ...
Yes, out there in the distant reaches of the outfield you may be able to make out Mr. White's unsuspecting and probably non-consenting SUV. It's been placed in the batting practice line of fire, and scuttle has it that Dallas Keuchel and Carlos Gomez are responsible.
At this point, the question becomes ...
Springer in the cage with his eye on the target. White is on his way out to move it. pic.twitter.com/bnnuJdKrBx— Julia Morales (@JuliaMorales) June 4, 2016
Will White steer his SUV to safety before it's assailed by a well-struck baseball? And the answer is ...
Springer nailed it. Ouch.— Julia Morales (@JuliaMorales) June 4, 2016
The business? It hath been given. Such are the hazards of rookie-dom, Tyler White.
(Wink of CBS eye: Big League Stew)
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