Enjoy the adventures of Baltimore left fielder Nate McLouth.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, McLouth chased down a fly ball towards the left-field foul line off the bat of Cobly Rasmus. McLouth caught the ball, but his momentum carried him into the stands.
After disappearing into the (not-so filled) seats, an uninjured McLouth stood up and showed umpire Manny Gonzalez that the ball was still in his glove. Some Toronto fans claimed the nine-year veteran didn't hold onto the ball, but Gonzalez ruled it an out.
Then things turned ugly -- and embarrassing to real baseball fans -- as someone in the second deck of the Rogers Centre threw a beverage at McLouth. Fortunately, for McLouth, and the fan, the drink missed.
Here's the video:
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Meanwhile, the fan didn't earn any respect in the Twitter-universe.
Stupid Canadians throwing beer cans at mclouth. They shouldn't even have a baseball team
-- Jon Stricker (@jannnstricker) May 24, 2013 @ ori...