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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-10-2012, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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Lightning strike sends Rangers and Twins scurrying

As you could see in the video, Twins baserunner Josh Willingham immediately went to all fours before sprinting to the visitor's dugout with first base coach Jerry White right behind him. They were the most visible Twins at the moment, but according to a couple weather delay tweets, they might not have been the most frightened.

Tweeted outfielder Denard Span. "That's the loudest noise I've ever heard. I thought Jesus was comin!"

Added teammate Ben Revere. "My heart stopped when I heard the thunder at the stadium. Glad no one heard me scream like a little girl too!! Lol."

We appreciate Revere's honestly, we really do.

And you also may have noticed home plate umpire Chris Conroy is practically attached to Rangers catcher Mike Napoli, who sprinted directly to the home dugout.

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Re: Lightning strike sends Rangers and Twins scurrying

Texas weather, it's another thing not to mess with.

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Re: Lightning strike sends Rangers and Twins scurrying

Can't say I blame him... I'd have run too. Lightning is nothing to mess around with.

Where have you been? I had to work late... Oh these? Yeah, it was 'camo day' at work again .
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