VIDEO: Korean player creatively eludes tag at home plate

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Seok-Min Park of the Korean Baseball Organization's Samsung Lions should have been dead to rights at home plate. Instead, he scored. Here's how:

The play actually took place back on May 17 but is currently making the rounds on the good ol' Internet.

I have no idea why Park wasn't called out for being out of his established baseline. I mean, he was outside the batter's box behind home plate which is much farther than the 3 feet he's allowed (the batter's box is 5 feet long).

Regardless, it's funny. Also funny: Go back and check out the bat-flip by the hitter on a routine grounder [Note: Yes, I know they flip their bats on every single swing, but that doesn't make it less funny]. Good times.

Hat-tip: The Sideline Sports

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