Who's on first?
The wackiest night in baseball since the Abbot and Costello skit occurred Friday night during the Brewers-Cubs game, where Jean Segura tried to stole third but ended up stealing first base!
Jayson Stark of ESPN explains:
I think we just found baseball's version of Leon Lett.
I'm talking about Brewers shortstop Jean Segura, who, like the mixed-up grandma who made a U-turn on a one-way street, performed an act of baserunning madness Friday that he'll be seeing, on scoreboard video-screen blooper reels, for the rest of his life.
To even try to describe this adventure is almost as challenging as actually doing it. And all the jumbled online play-by-play accounts out there are living proof.
But here's the simplest way to sum it up:
This guy stole second. Then he tried to steal third but somehow wound up on first. Then he got thrown out trying to steal second again. All in a span of five pitches.
Link | Here's the play in question over at MLB.com (source of screenshot)