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The Tampa Bay Rays’ Matt Joyce made a once-in-a-lifetime hit into a pitching machine while he was practicing this week and the video is going viral. During batting practice before his team went up against the Houston Astros, Joyce hit a ball and it ...
News Max · 6/20/2014
The Tampa Bays Rays' Matt Joyce did something you may never see again, no matter how many baseball games you go to. During batting practice before Thursday's game against the Houston Astros, Joyce hit a ball off the top of the cage. Somehow, the …
Bleacher Report · 6/20/2014
Your latest baseball oddity comes courtesy of Matt Joyce. During Thursday's batting practice, the Rays designated hitter fouled a ball that bounced off the top of the cage and right back into the pitching machine's loading slot. The machine then zipped ...
Dead Spin · 6/20/2014
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Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Matt Joyce is hitting .266 this season. Not horrible, but Joyce is definitely not lighting the world on fire with his stick. Therefore, it seems likely that if you gave Joyce a thousand…no, a million attempts to replicate what ...
CRAVE ONLINE · 6/20/2014
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Matt Joyce had himself a once-in-a-lifetime experience on Thursday. The rare moment actually came before the game while Joyce was taking batting practice. Joyce was taking pitches from a pitching machine and fouled one off …
Larry Brown Sports · 6/20/2014
There are feats in sports that can be looked at as heroic, courageous, amazing, strange, unique, and even impossible. That last one, impossible, would be the best way to describe exactly what happened to Matt Joyce of the Tampa Bay Rays. As shown by …
Examiner · 6/20/2014
Matt Joyce hit a hole-in-one at Tropicana Field on Thursday. The Rays designated hitter smacked an extraordinary foul ball during practice that bounced off the batting cage and back into the pitching machine’s loading slot. Joyce had turned his back and ...
The Tampa Tribune · 6/20/2014
Matt Joyce, working on his swing during batting practice Thursday, somehow hit a ball back into the pitching machine that a Rays staffer was feeding for him. Joyce popped a pitch that deflected off the underside of the batting cage's canopy and the ball ...
YAHOO · ByDavid Brown · 6/20/2014
Matt Joyce faces human pitchers who throw 100 miles per hour. This is less terrifying than a pitching machine throwing a strike to the same place every time only a little sooner than you expected. This is how the end begins, with the rise of the pitching ...
SBN · ByMarc Normandin · 6/20/2014
I’m not exactly sure how many MLB teams still use pitching machines, but the Tampa Bay Rays are still one of those teams. During batting practice on Thursday, former Tiger Matt Joyce took on the pitching machine. While taking swings, something out …
CBS Detroit · 6/20/2014