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MLB player’s phone falls out of pocket on slide

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Rodolfo Castro had his phone fall out of his back pocket while sliding into third base on Tuesday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. Third base umpire Adam Hamari had to inform Castro that his phone was on the ground. The first question here is...
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Can you hear me now? Pirates' Rodolfo Castro's phone pops out of his pocket while sliding into 3rd

Rodolfo Castro was safe at third base but got called out anyway. On the day the Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman was called up from Triple-A Indianapolis, he made national waves Tuesday night when his mobile phone popped out of his back left pocket while sliding head-first into third in the fourth inning at the Arizona Diamondbacks.
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