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Willie Harris, Infielder Extraordinaire



I was casually watching some of the Rockies-Nats game yesterday before the Giants game started, when in the bottom of the 4th a groundball was hit towards Willie Harris playing 2nd base.  The ball took a hop right in front of his glove and pegged him square in the nuts, causing Willie to crumple to the ground in pain as he reached out to try and grab the ball and finish the play despite having the most pained expression on his face.  Needless to say, the runner was safe at first and Willie Harris needed at least a 5 minute injury timeout to recuperate from this episode.  Watching the replay in slow motion was probably the funniest thing I have seen during a baseball game in 10 years, but I can not find a clip of that play to rewatch it over and over and over again.  Anyways, I was wondering if any of you fine folk could help me search for a video record of that play. Does MLB.tv premium let you go back and watch recently archived games? I suppose I should also make this post on Purple Row, but I don't really enjoy interacting with Rockies fans.

 

Thanks in advance!

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