Dodgers outfielder Garret Anderson(notes) can be seen tracking the flight of the ball — he kind of wanders, actually — and then gives up after he realizes it's a lost cause. But Anderson, no doubt ever-observant over a long MLB career, saw the ball drop right into the mitt. And did he give a double-take for the ages. It might be the first time Anderson was recorded reacting to anything on a baseball field, actually.http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big_league_stew/post/Mike-Stanton-homer-reaches-bullpen-lands-in-cat;_ylt=Aq6l84eygbF3EyaENYOBu7OrO4d4?urn=mlb,254506 So many of you have probably seen the Mike Stanton homer-in-an-empty-glove story by now, but I found this gem of a quote in the Big League Stew article about it. Oh, FUGA, how I loathe thee.