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Phillies fans mock Craig Kimbrel's stance

You can't help buy laugh at this one. Sure the last-place Phillies suck and baseball isn't too fun in late September when you have been eliminated a long time ago, but these Phils fans still had a good sense of humor on Saturday, when they had a couple laughs at Craig Kimrel's expense. 

After the game, Kimbrel told that he didn't notice the fans' antics, but that was a good thing because he would have started laughing right there on the mound had he.

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Fan catches Lucas Duda's HR in popcorn bucket

No glove? No problem. Check out this Braves fan who made a tremendous catch with his popcorn bucket on Lucas Duda's two-run homer during the top of the sixth inning in the Mets' 5-0 win over Atlanta at Turner Field of Friday night.

The fan proceeded to follow up his achievement by celebrating with a Jersey Shore-style fist-pump dance. A move that surely has to be wildly unpopular in Atlanta in 2014. Nevertheless, it was a nice job to come away with a souvenir on what was Duda's 28th homer of the year. 

With the loss, Atlanta dropped to 76-77 on the year. Pretty strange to see the Braves with a losing record in September. 



Matt Duffy Has Sweet Duffman Bat Handle

Check out how Giants rookie second baseman Matt Duffy customizes hits bats with a Duffman handle in an ode to 'The Simpsons' and the character with his namesake.

Pretty cool personalization. And the Duffy's bat? Well, that's working just fine for him. The 23-year-old delivered a pinch-hit game-winning two-run single in the top of the ninth inning on Wednesday as the Giants topped the D-backs, 4-2, at Chase Field in Arizona.

Duffy is now hitting .235 in 51 at-bats over 27 games with the Giants since making his Major League debut on May 22.




Alex Avila leaps into net for nice catch

Check out this sweet grab as Tigers catcher Alex Avila is able to hang on for an outstanding catch when he leaps into the netting on a foul ball behind home plate during the top of the fifth inning on Friday in Detroit's 7-2 win over the Indians.

That grab looked pretty fun! Avila also chipped in at the plate, going 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk.

With the win and the Royals' 4-2 loss to the Red Sox on Friday night, the Tigers are now a half game up on Kansas City in the AL Central standings.



Johnny Cueto Cup Checks Mike Leake

There are plenty of ways to celebrate a victory, and cup-checking your buddy on the high-five line is a pretty bazaar one, but that's what Johnny Cueto did to former Arizona State Sun Devil Mike Leake after the Reds topped the Pirates, 3-2, on Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Funny to see these dudes still behaving like freshmen in high school.

Cueto went eight innings allowing the two runs on nine hits to improve to 16-8 on the year.

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