Here’s a video of Tim Lincecum (and his new haircut) and Hunter Pence at Giants Fan Fest, being coaxed into doing impressions of each other in front of an adoring crowd. Lincecum initially declined to do his Pence impression because he didn’t want to embarrass himself, so Pence happily did his Lincecum impression and then … well, you’ll see. It’s basically the cutest thing ever:
Cubs shortstop Javier Báez pulled off one of the best jukes you’ll see, avoiding the tag from David Freese on a play at first base in the second inning of Tuesday night’s game against the Dodgers. Báez barely made contact with a Kenta Maeda pitch well outside the strike zone, tapping it towards Freese. Báez halted his momentum, juking Freese while he attempted to apply the tag, then dove into first base.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts attempted to argue that Báez went out of the baseline, but the umpires’ no-call stood and Báez had himself a single. He would end up stranded on base, unfortunately for him and the Cubs.