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Out at 2nd, Cubs vs. Rockies June 10, 2019
Lens: HD PENTAX-DA 55-300mm F4.5-6.3 ED PLM WR RE Camera: K 3 Photo Location: Coors Field, Denver CO ISO: 1000 Shutter Speed: 1/800s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: aslyfox, 06-13-2019, 10:44 AM

ball tossed by Short Stop

called out

call challenged

was foot off the bag ?

call confirmed

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I was sitting in the Club Level, Row 5

hand held

multiple shutter burst set

SOOC

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used that lens because Rockies require lens to be no more than 6 inches. I locked down lens to shortest length for inspection and no problem. I recommend photographers enter via Gate E since if your equipment does not comply with rules the only thing you can do is either store it in your vehicle or there is a tent at Gate E where you can " check " the item for pick up after the game.

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Great series....and a good call by umpire
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thank you

and yes, he was out

by a toe
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Very nicely done. Out by a toe. I hate it when that happens. ) TT

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Yep, he still had that big toe on the bag.
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Yep, he still had that big toe on the bag.
don't agree

there is clearly room to place a dime between his shoe and the bag

we ( the Cubs ) were robbed
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I missed a lot of good ballgames peering through a viewfinder...

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I missed a lot of good ballgames peering through a viewfinder...

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true dat

it is a risk

but so is talking to someone else, looking at your phone, getting food etc, etc, etc, and so forth and so on

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the best way to pay attention to a ball game has been ruined by the shifting of the defense

I used to love to bring my own score card and score the game

read about an old time radio announcer keeping score card, rookie asked what did " DNS " mean on the score card

his response: Did Not See the play

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QuoteOriginally posted by aslyfox Quote
don't agree

there is clearly room to place a dime between his shoe and the bag

we ( the Cubs ) were robbed
Only you would disagree being a cub fan, Allen. Guess if I was one, I'd have to agree with you but not a fan of either team. My team is the Yankees. always was and always will be, mine and me dads. We used to watch together before he passed away when I was sixteen.
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Only you would disagree being a cub fan, Allen. Guess if I was one, I'd have to agree with you but not a fan of either team. My team is the Yankees. always was and always will be, mine and me dads. We used to watch together before he passed away when I was sixteen.
guilty in a joking way

but in my experience, most fans will give the benefit of the doubt to their team
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guilty in a joking way

but in my experience, most fans will give the benefit of the doubt to their team
You're correct on that second part.
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You're correct on that second part.
speaking about view points of different fan bases

as I recall Bucky Dent has an additional part to his name if you are a long time Red Sox fan

something about a home run

Bucky F----------- Dent if I recall correctly


" The loss of the Red Sox was seen as a manifestation of the Curse of the Bambino, long thought to be the reason behind all things bad that ever happened to the Red Sox.[30] Described as a "shocking blast" by the Sporting News, Dent's home run silenced the Fenway Park crowd. For the light-hitting Dent, it was just his fifth home run of the 1978 season.[31] It sealed Dent's reputation among Yankee fans, while inspiring the permanent nickname "Bucky F-------- Dent" in New England . . . " https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_American_League_East_tie-breaker_game [my editing ]

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Great photos! I wanted to say, "Safe!" But there i not enough information in these photos to say.
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