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  1. Sarah Green says:

    Okay, to be fair, I stole this photo from SI.com’s funny photo reel. But their caption was so lame. “Nothing and nobody will stop Angels shortstop Orlando Cabrera from getting in his calisthenics.” Boooor-iiiiing! C’mon UmpBumpers. We can do better.

  2. Nick Kapur says:

    Doug Mientkewitz never heard a sound.

    He certainly never saw the double reverse inverted black dragon kick coming.

    His death was silent, quick, and painless.

  3. Sarah Green says:

    Ever since 2004, when they both served briefly on the Red Sox, Doug and Orlando have had what you might call a fire-hydrant/dog sort of relationship.

  4. Doug to O-Cab:

    ” Don’t…. Move! I know… my contact…is right… around…here.”

  5. In an unprecedented move by the commisioner’s office, Cabrera was suspended for 15 games after this vicious fart sent Mientkiewicz stumbling to the ground as he rounded 2nd base.

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