There are a number of visual cues that can hint at how well or how poorly a professional athlete handles pressure situations. For example, a urine stain on the front of a player’s uniform can indicate a player doesn’t much like clutch situations. On the other hand, if one were to list the traits of those that remain relaxed under pressure, blowing a bubble 15 feet from home plate while trying to outrun the cannon also known as Josh Hamilton’s left arm, all in an effort to score the game-winning run, would be near the top.

 
 

8 Comments

  1. Rayhawk says:

    I remember Rocco shagging fly balls in yrs passed, while blowing bubbles, but this is priceless. Total CALIFORNIA COOL

  2. Kelley says:

    My husband and I were cracking up when we noticed it in the replay. Only Longoria…

  3. Don says:

    We could use Longo to turn up the heat (bat) a few notches for stretch run…HE could make the difference….to play in October!

  4. smelpy says:

    what a stud. that’s why i love him.

  5. MJ says:

    lol what a great shot.

  6. Sasha Abreu says:

    he’s such a trippp! haha i love you evan! :]

  7. smelpy says:

    his legs remind me of the roadrunner’s in those cartoons.

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