Marshawn Lynch’s agent: ‘He does miss football, no question’

Could Marshawn Lynch be coming out of retirement?

After the former running back retweeted a post where someone noticed a musical playlist put together by Lynch has a track called “Oakland Raiders,” speculation has grown that Lynch would be willing to sign with the team.

However, his agent Doug Hendrickson told KNBR that Lynch does miss the game, but it’s completely up in the air if he will return to the NFL.

Essentially, stay tuned. For now, the only thing Lynch will be carrying around on Sundays is a bag of Skittles.

Fall River’s Buck Weaver came to bat in the seventh inning with blurry sightlines, a runner at first and his team down by a run. Weaver took a mighty swing and hit a ball high and deep. The fly ball vaulted into vapor and vanished.

“It disappeared in a bank of fog and hasn’t been found yet,” The Washington Herald reported.

Outfielders searched for the ball in a state of condensation confusion as Weaver rounded the bases for an inside-the-park, or outside-the-park, home run. Nobody knew for sure.

That’s when this mystery became a controversy. Lynn manager Frank Leonard argued the game should end because of the dense fog. The umpire agreed and reverted the score back to the previous inning, which was the correct decision by 1911 rules. Weaver’s hazy homer was wiped Cheap Jerseys United States away and Lynn was given a six-inning win.

Nobody ever found the ball.

Tim Hagerty is the broadcaster for the Triple-A El Paso Chihuahuas, and is on Twitter at @MinorsTeamNames. He is also the author of “Root for the Home Team: Minor League Baseball’s Most Off-the-Wall Team Names.”