College baseball game ends with the worst strike call in history

Baseball can be a very difficult sport to govern. Shots and balls in particular can be tricky, as the shot zone can change for virtually no reason depending on how the ump thinks about the field of play being watched. With that out of the way, a college baseball game between New Orleans and Mississippi Valley State Friday night ended in what was probably the worst strike I’ve seen in my entire life.

Of that, Mississippi Valley’s Mims started with two outs and nobody was up in the ninth inning, and while there was little chance of a comeback, everyone knows baseball is unpredictable. The count was 1-1 when Trey Usey threw a breaking ball that was a little low but was called a strike – it’s one we’ve all called before, although Mims was entitled to exhaust himself from that one feel.

And then there was Pitch, which ended the game. I just turn on the video and let you call:

This thing might have hit the outside of the catcher’s foot if he hadn’t gotten his glove down there. Mims was so upset that the opposing catcher even stopped him from the referee (and honestly, he was pretty right to be upset about it). There are two more games in the series this weekend, so let’s hope we don’t see anything worse than this one. College baseball game ends with the worst strike call in history

Jaclyn Diaz

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