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Baseball Player Picks Up a 7-10 Split Using Baseballs

Melbourne Aces baseball player Scott Wearne takes the term “two-sport athlete” to a whole new level. The Aces second baseman showed of his pitching skills, in a bowling alley of all places. It’s impressive enough that Wearne managed to throw a baseball (much smaller than a bowling ball, if you’re scoring at home) and knock 8 pins down. But what happened next will blow your mind.

Watch as Wearne grabs two more baseballs, throws them both simultaneously, and picks up the 7-10 split he left behind with his first throw.

Unbelievable. This trick got Wearne a spot on ESPN Sportscenter’s Top Plays, and has the web buzzing, wondering whether the video is real. I have watched it several times, and I believe this really happened. What do you think?

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