College Baseball Player Runs Through Outfield Fence Trying To Catch Home Run Ball

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When you play the outfield, it’s your job to know how much room you have when trying to  catch a home run ball.  Eventually you always run out of room. Wesleyan Cardinals left fielder runs through a fence trying to catch a home run ball.

Watch below:


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Amherst Mammoths went on to win 12-7, but we know the highlight that will live on forever.

Rodney Mcray ring a bell?

“Knock on wood, it didn’t hurt,” McCray said of the collision. “I’m 5-9, 5-10, so I missed the pole (holding up the sign) that was horizontal (a few inches above him). I bruised my throwing arm. I sat on my back for a minute or two. I was more upset because I landed on a tarp of water. My whole backside was soaking wet. It was not a comfortable feeling.”

Kind of like a train wreck, hard not to watch.


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