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Trea Turner’s Terribly Unlucky Slip on Routine Ground Ball Costs Phillies a Run

In this story: Errors can prove plenty costly in baseball, but sometimes there’s just bad luck—a reminder that Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Trea Turner received in brutal fashion on Friday. In the top of the fourth inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Connor Joe chopped what appeared to be a fairly routine ground ball in the direction of Turner. The 30-year-old shortstop comfortably got into position, but right before he was able to secure the grounder in his glove, he slipped, allowing the ball to drift into shallow left field. To make matters worse, the ground ball was enough to score Pittsburgh’s...

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Trea Turner’s Terribly Unlucky Slip on Routine Ground Ball Costs Phillies a Run

Trea Turner's Terribly Unlucky Slip on Routine Ground Ball Costs Phillies a Run

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