Hall Of Fame Safety Ed Reed Crushing Bombs During Orioles Batting Practice
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Hall Of Fame Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed not only threw out the first pitch at the Orioles game on Tuesday night, he also got in some batting practice...

Wow.


(Barstool Sports)
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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16 Comments
Dude looks homeless
Reply22 days
When he played 14-15 babe ruth at jefferson playground, i still remember him throwing out a guy from the left field fence to home. He had a serious arm. Went by the name pumpkin and played with jonathan wells of ohio st on the 9-10 football team at the playground. Needless to say they dominated football at that age.
Reply26 days
He might be an improvement on the Orioles roster. They wre once one of the more consistently successful franchises.
Reply26 days
His brother jumped off the Gramecy or Luling bridge?
Reply26 days
He didn't jump off either, he just simply walked into the river close to the Luling bridge.
26 days
Did the LSU fans get irate at Reed for leaving the state and going to Miami like they do now when elite players leave the state? How did LSU let a player like Ed from St Rose leave the state?
Reply26 days
PBJ
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Very few elite players from NO wanted to play at LSU during that timeframe. Maybe 10%.
26 days
That’s a solid answer buddy. At that time DiNardo was trying to build the fence around Louisiana and it was right before Saban fortified that fence. I bet Ed would have been Red Stick bound if Saban had recruited him.
26 days
Kevin Faulk was the beginning of new times at LSU. Recruiting information came from Magazines. I'm not sure other than locals new Reed left the state. The 2 Catholic High RB's that went to FSU (I may be wrong) were more high profile losses.
26 days
Why does he look so old?
Reply26 days
He looks like Uncle Remus
26 days
and he did it in JORTS!
Reply26 days
MLB used to not let that happen. You had to were a uniform to take BP or sit in dugout. Now just trowing out first pitch nobody cares.
26 days
He was a solid baseball player. I heard he tried out with a high school teammate at the original Diamondbacks field tryouts and impressed.
Reply26 days
GOAT
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