Seattle Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak got a rare infield single during Friday night's game against the Chicago White Sox on a misplayed popup in front of home plate.
It happened in the top of the fifth inning when White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski missed the popup on the edge of the infield grass in front of home plate. The ball started rolling towards the foul line, but third baseman Orlando Hudson grabbed the ball before it went foul. Pierzynski tried to grab Hudson at the last minute to stop him from picking up the ball, but he wasn't fast enough and Smoak earned a rare infield single.
The play didn't lead to a Mariners rally as they didn't score a run in the inning. The White Sox won the game 7-4.
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