And so, the Nats took a 4-0 lead in the first inning Saturday night after Michael Morse hit a grand slam. Of course, it wasn't that simple: the fly ball was originally called in play; Morse was tagged out; umps reversed the call after a review, then made Morse run the bases in reverse back to home plate. And then Morse swung an invisible bat, and rounded the bases again (slapped his helmet on the way around). BeastMode.
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