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Sunday Funday Moment: Sarah Farms surprises El Paso boy featured on SportsCenter with free milk for a year

El Paso, Texas– One El Paso boy became a viral sensation after pulling a double play during a championship baseball game this past June.

“So when the batter hit the ball it bobbled but then I recovered it and got the batter out on first then when I saw the runner running to home I ran home and got him out,” said 8-year-old Jordan O’Hara.

It was back in June when his game-ending double play landed him in the number 1 spot on ESPN SportsCenter’s top 10 plays after his dad tweeted the video out.

The cameras that caught that viral video were a donation from local dairy farm, Sarah Farms. They were installed to help parent’s safely watch their children play baseball games during the pandemic.

“We had no idea that at the time it would be Jordan getting a double play, be on ESPN Sportscenter’s play of the

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Hilarious Moment On ‘SportsCenter’ This Afternoon

A general photo of ESPN's set.
A general photo of ESPN’s set.

ESPN’s Dianna Russini has been on top of all things regarding the NFL’s virtual draft and the potential for communication difficulties. Considering this, it made today’s mishap on SportsCenter even funnier.

Russini made an appearance on the midday SportsCenter with Matt Barrie to discuss tomorrow’s draft. One of the topics on the docket was how teams will approach communicating with each other, which includes attempting to mitigate potential technical difficulties.

“What are you hearing in terms of how organizations are going to be handling communication with each other?” Barrie asked Russini as the camera cut to the NFL insider reporting from home.

At that point, hilarity ensued. Russini’s screen froze up awkwardly, and she was unable to answer.

Fortunately, both Russini and Barrie are pros and were able to handle the moment well. The camera panned back to Barrie, who didn’t miss a beat.

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