CM – Miss State pitcher Preston Johnson waves to the home run ball, which he gave up


It’s not often that a guy says goodbye to a homerun ball he’s just given up. All credit to @HailStateBB pitcher Preston Johnson. #CWS

At least that’s what Preston Johnson did during game two of the College World Series Championship Finals.

The Mississippi State pitcher was excellent in Omaha on Tuesday, relieving starter Houston Harding in fifth inning. However, he made a huge mistake when he saw Vanderbilt’s Maxwell Romero Jr.

Watching the ball fly away, Johnson immediately knew it was lost. Johnson stared at the trajectory of the ball and sent it a small wave goodbye with an exaggerated sad face.

Two batters later, Johnson and the Bulldogs put the game to rest, beating the Commodores 13-2 to level things out at one game apiece.

On Wednesday night there is a crucial Game 3 of the College World Series instead of.

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