Jul 12, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners relief pitcher Yoervis Medina (31) pitches to the Oakland Athletics during the ninth inning at Safeco Field. Seattle defeated Oakland 6-2. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Watch Yoervis Medina buckle Alexei Ramirez's knees with his curve (Video)

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The Mariners’ Yoervis Medina turns Alexei Ramirez’s knees to water using only his curveball. Safe to say Ramirez was looking anything but curve on that pitch.

That buckle took about five years off Ramirez’s knees. He may need to go in for titanium knees after having his entire lower body turn to liquid on him.

If Ramirez does need new knees, he should just send the bill to Medina. “Thanks Medina, your curveball ruined my knees. Signed, Alexei Ramirez. PS TAKE PITY ON ME PLEASE, MEDINA. NO MORE CURVEBALLS.”

Jobu can’t help Ramirez. It’s not his bat that’s afraid of the curveball anyway, it’s his knees. He may suffer from restless leg syndrome after this.

That curve was so great, Hawk Harrelson remained silent for a full thirty minutes afterward. But then it turned out he was just passed out. Grandpa forgot to take his pep pill. Somebody smack Hawk Harrelson in the head, there’s a baseball game going on.

Actually, I take that back. Let him sleep. Silent Hawk is better than talky Hawk.

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