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Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones hit an upper deck home run, via the lower deck railing, in the third inning of Sunday's 6-0 win over the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
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Jones hit a line drive over the left field wall, but the ball took an unusual bounce off the lower railing and went straight up into the seats in the upper deck. Jones couldn't do that again if he had a million more tries.
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Physics and probability put together are really cool. What are the chances we will ever see a hit ball smack guard rail at just the right speed and angle where it will bounce way up into the air about 20-25 feet then land in the second deck? Probably pretty slim. But that’s exactly what happened with an Adam Jones home run at Target Field when the Baltimore Orioles took on the...
It may seem kind of odd to say that a home run that landed in the upper deck is low, but this dinger that Adam Jones blasted for the Orioles in a 6-0 win Sunday was just that. It just so happened to get one heck of a fortuitous bounce to give the lift it needed at the last second to make the upper deck! Watch and you'll see what I mean!
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As reported by Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com,
"Chen walked off the mound, grabbing his side following Eduardo Escobar's
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