MLB players possess fairly impressive skill sets. Some plays are performed so frequently and repetitively that they're just taken for granted by fans.

For example, there's the common throw from the outfield.

These throws are often imperfect, but they're usually placed within the vicinity of the desired base.

However, things can go terribly awry on occasion.

Hopefully, there were no children exposed to that throw.

This obviously isn't the only time when someone in elite standing performs well below expectations. The Daily Player has a few more examples, if you can stand them.

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