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There's slow, and then there's this: Molina nearly lapped in home run trot

Kevin Kiermaier rapidly downshifts around second base while coming up fast behind Jose Molina after hitting a two-run home run in the fourth.

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Kevin Kiermaier rapidly downshifts around second base while coming up fast behind Jose Molina after hitting a two-run home run in the fourth.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — The Rays had plenty of action on the bases Wednesday with 13 hits, five walks and a hit batter combining to score seven runs. But the highlight by far was Kevin Kiermaier's fourth-inning home run, not so much for how hard or far he hit it but how on his trot he nearly passed catcher Jose Molina — who had reached on an infield single — after they both rounded second. … Full story

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