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Ole Miss Player Turns Intentional Walk Into Game Winning Home Run [VIDEO]

On Friday night, Auburn lost to nationally-ranked Ole Miss in wild baseball game that went into extra innings. The funny part to this game came when Auburn’s pitcher Jay Wade tried to intentionally walk Mississippi’s Austin Anderson, and Anderson took the pitch out of the yard.

Watch as Anderson, who was suppose to be walked in four pitches, swings away when one pitch comes too close to the plate. Anderson hit the game winning home run for Mississippi and the Rebels defeated the Tigers 8-5.

I have always wanted to see what happened here. A team tries to intentionally walk a hitter and he/she takes the pitch for a ride. I guess that I can now scratch this one off the “bucket list.”

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