It’s tough to know what’s redundant and what isn’t in today’s media-saturated world. Chances are most of you have already seen Mark Buehrle’s incredible tumbling snap of a Lou Marson grounder in the fifth on White Sox opening day. You might have already witnessed the Gold Glove hurler/moundtender’s Tony Esposito-esque leg technique. It might be old hat by now to see horsehide leave leather to arrive in a meat hand. Who knows, you might even live inside a Tex Avery cartoon universe where gently floating baseballs routinely outpace desperately galloping batsmen by a hair in daily photo finishes.
But just in case you don’t, the button with the triangle on it will play the video again.