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Kendrick walks off intact

Second baseman celebrated his walk-off home run and left with both legs working

Updated: May 31, 2010, 12:48 AM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

ANAHEIM -- Hideki Matsui looked like he was walking on egg shells.

He tiptoed toward the plate and playfully tugged Torii Hunter's belt to hold him back. Hunter already had his hands spread behind him like a bodyguard at a night club. Hunter had watched Howie Kendrick's game-winning home run from the on-deck circle. Matsui came running out with all his teammates from the dugout.

After Kendrick daintily touched home plate, the two veterans weren't going to let anything happen ...

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