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A fan in Detroit showed why he's in the stands and not out on the field: Lack of hand-eye coordination.
Buster Posey hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning of Game 4 of the World Series on Sunday night that put the Giants up 3-2. The dinger traveled just right of the left field foul pole, through a fan's hands and directly into his face.
The fan tried to gain style points jumping back to catch the home run, but all he did was gain internet notoriety and a possible bruise. Posey's homer came off of Tigers starter Max Scherzer. The Tigers were able to tie up the game later in the inning off of a Delmon Young home run. To our knowledge, that homer did not hit anything funny.
Check out Posey's home run and the unfortunate fan in the video below.
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Giants catcher Buster Posey had a two run home run down the left field line at Comerica Park during Game 4 of World Series. This lucky fan was right in the line of the hit and unfortunately for his face, misjudged the path of the ball. I’m sure next time this guy will remember to bring his glove.
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