Greatest "One in a million" moments in sports history

Greatest "One in a million" moments in sports history

48 Replies to “Greatest "One in a million" moments in sports history”

  1. 😲😲😲😲😲😲😲
    ……a 7,10 split in bowling!!


  2. Just pick a few unusual plays out of the trove, then call them "one in a million" or some bullshit. Of course it doesn't need to be well done, just throw it against the wall and see if it sticks. Sad life you must have.

  3. Randy Johnson hitting a bird is a one in quadrillion chance. That's easily the number 1 in every sport

  4. If you break a bat in baseball during a hit can you insist on a new bat and another pitch? Excuse the ignorance I'm English.

  5. At 2:20 the broken bat of Hunter Pence hit the ball 3X, accelerating each touch. That was the extra speed needed to escape infield. Watch closely…

  6. I’m waiting for the day someone swooshes a golf ball doesn’t touch the green and directly in the hole

  7. The thing I respect the most is the fact, that all these golf balls were followed perfectly by the cam.

  8. 2:35 I honestly feel so bad for the other team. If I were on that team, I would’ve quit basketball forever!

  9. picking up a 7-10 split is not a one in a million occurrence. Most pros can hit about 1/50 7-10 splits. Still amazing, but let's up our game a bit here. Other than that, great video.

  10. The Immaculate Deflection in the '83 Egg Bowl deserves strong consideration for this list.

  11. The most impressive thing I've done is get a 7-10 split by bouncing the bowling ball off the 7 into the 10. I was just 8 at the time and the ball was moving so slow down there lane that it bounced off the pin too the right before going out the back.

  12. if it was “one in a million”, there wouldnt be more than one highlight in this video. fuckin morons….

  13. Where’s Fernando Tatis hitting 2 grand slams in the same inning,a record and one of the most amazing feats ever that will probably never be equaled. One in a million,probably more like one in a trillion.

  14. The first clip wasn’t saying the catch was ‘one in a million chance’ it was saying the Browns actually winning a game was one in a million!

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