The Tennessee Tech Player That Watched A Run Score After A Fly Ball Popped Him In The Junk Must Resent The Existence Of The Internet
The good news is that, given the ease with which he was able to turn a routine play into a blooper of gut-clutching embarrassment, Chase Chambers may have shown the Mets that they hit on someone that will fit seamlessly into their culture of comedic incompetence with their 18th round draft pick. It almost seems like a self-fulfilling prophecy that the Metropolitans can't even avoid comically bad looks in the college game, but at least a first basemen that can't catch a pop fly seems destined for a farm system that will suit him the best.
The bad news is that the visual of that blooper is somehow about 100x more embarrassing than the explanation of it, and that it will be eternally enjoyed by the entirety of the internet. Having a fair ball deflect right off your dick only to skip over the plate that an opposing runner ever-so-casually took at the expense of a sore shaft and a bruised ego sounds bad, until you see it in GIF form. Maybe it's because it's impossible to describe how mystified an observer the pitcher was, but my words could never do justice to a sequence of events that I'm liable to watch on loop all day. That clip might haunt the online existence of Chase Chambers, but it's an absolute godsend of a GIF to anyone looking for a non-verbal way to respond to any and all situations in which someone was made to look stomach-curdlingly clumsy.