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Troy Tulowitzki’s Bat Hits Ball Twice For Basehit [VIDEO]

Did you see the basehit by Colorado’s Troy Tulowitzki in the Rockies loss to the Yankees over the weekend?

It was probably one of the strangest things I’ve ever seen.

The Yankees defeated the Rockies 8-3 in a pretty regular Saturday afternoon game in the Bronx. 

But in the 4th inning, the Colorado shorstop somehow made contact with a CC Sabathia pitch – twice.  Tulo’s bat hit the ball two separate times.  The result was a basehit over the head of Alex Rodriguez and into leftfield.

At first, the announcers thought it was a broken bat single, but upon further review, the ball hits Tulowitzki’s bat twice.

Strange, huh?  Or just lucky!

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