Kelly Nash, the Rays’ new sideline reporter, was taking pictures of herself on top of Fenway Park’s Green Monster recently during batting practice. And while looking through her pictures later, she noticed just how close one ball came to…OH GOD, LOOK OUT!! (you can read more about the image and what Nash had to say about the incident over at FoxSportsFlorida.com)…

Kelly Nash

via KNASHSPORTS on Instagram

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  1. Mr. Smith 1980 says:

    Awesome.

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  2. Buzz says:

    Kelly is gorgeous!

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  3. ljk says:

    I'm dubious.

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  4. Don says:

    Looks fake to me (ball added later), How could the ball miss from there..., I see 14yo.girls "taking pictures of themselves" everyday at the beach

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    • Mr. Smith 1980 says:

      @Don- That may be the creepiest, pedophile-esque thing I've ever read

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      • Don says:

        Thats what I mean I want to see Kellys other "Pictures of herself" forget Fenway Park Pictures...She's holding out the good ones..

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        • Geoff Peterson says:

          Racist remarks and now pedophile remarks? How has Cork NOT banned you from this site. You need help Donny Doom.

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          • Don says:

            Can you help? I don't know you sound a little sensitive, does the real world have you down? cheer up its not that bad...learn to appreciate things like baseball, Girls, beach . things besides profiling and depressing like you...... its not worth it...

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          • Lane Meyer says:

            I do appreciate baseball and have positivie things to say about the Rays. I also enjoy women, it's you who decided to bring underage girls into the conversation. Your creepy factor is somewhere around 11 on a scale to 10.

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    • angrybuddha says:

      It's impossible to say which direction the ball was going. Of *course* the ball could miss from there - because it wasn't actually headed at her head.

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  5. angrybuddha says:

    This thing has gone worldwide. The Sun (tabloid paper in England) has published it with a short article. Of course, because it's a tabloid, the article couldn't just report and go away... it finishes with this line: "Bizarrely Ms Nash has attributed her luck to a DVD copy of hit 1994 children's film "Angels in The Outfield" - a film starring baseball playing angels who come to the aid of two young boys."

    The addition of "Bizarrely" is unnecessary... but it supports the European stereotype of Americans as over-religious Bible-thumpers.

    Consider if the sentence was this: "Ms Nash quipped that her luck came from a DVD copy of hit 1994 children's film "Angels in The Outfield" - a film starring baseball playing angels who come to the aid of two young boys."

    The power of the press....

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