Gary Frederick thought he had seen everything in 40 years at Central
Washington University. He'd coached baseball and women's basketball for 11
years, been an assistant on the football team for 17 and athletic director for
Last weekend, he learned he was wrong.
In the top of the second inning as his Wildcats played host to
Western Oregon University in Ellensburg, Wash., something happened that spoke to
the beauty of athletics. It came in the form of a home run that no one in
attendance will forget.
"Never in my life had I seen anything like it," said Frederick, 70,
in his 14th season as softball coach.
"It was just unbelievable."
You may never see me post this again, either. h/t Fischer