Shades of the famous home run that bounced off of Jose Canseco’s head came to life during a Oklahoma City Dodgers game last night.
Dodgers top position player prospect Alex Verdugo was essentially gifted a home run thanks to an outfielder from the Reno Aces.
Verdugo put a charge into a ball and right fielder Zach Borenstein looked to have it tracked down in front of the warning track before the ball bounced right off the top of his head and flew quite a distance before making it over the wall for a three-run home run.
— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) July 26, 2017
This is truly one of the funniest and most rare things that can happen on a baseball field.
Verdugo now has four home runs on the season for the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
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