A funny thing happened in Gwinnett last night

As cbtits mentioned in the comments of last night's Minor League Recap about the way the ending of the Gwinnett/Pawtucket game came about, here is the video evidence of the fracas.  Try and ignore my crappy filming, and the fact that I inexplicably managed to not follow the flyball's actual path.

But it's all good because Mitch Jones came back and took the walk to load the bases, and then Brent Clevlen ended the game in my favorite possible way to end a game, with the walk-off walk.  Now you get to see the G-Braves celebrate twice in one game!

Overall, one of the best baseball days ever.  cbtits and I pulled double duty by going to both the Atlanta Braves game versus the Astros, and then hauled ass back up to Lawrenceville to see the Gwinnett Braves game versus the Pawtucket Red Sox.  One game was a fantastic blowout, the other one a nitty-gritty, hard-fought, tooth-and-nail, well-played baseball game with a close and exciting finish.  Much thanks to cbtits and gondeee for hanging out; nothing like relying on your creepy internet friends for a good time.

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