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Mark Teahen’s defense has been, in a word, inspiring.
Not in the traditional way, mind you. He followed up a non-error error on Tuesday with two genuine errors on Wednesday, one of which led to four runs in a 5-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers.
However, watching Teahen get burned by the hot corner once again motivated me to create a flow chart trying to account for 90 percent of possible results when a ball heads his way:
Alas, it doesn’t cover when a grounder ends up in the crowd via his shin, but I simply don’t have the imagination to account for all the plausible outcomes.
(A tip of the cap to Szym at Baseball Think Factory for the inspiration.)