For the fans who filled Globe Life Field tonight, history was made as Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run of the season.
For one fan who tried to catch it, his night ended soon after the ball landed in someone’s else’s glove.
Judge blasted his historic homer in the first inning of the second leg of Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Rangers, giving him the most home runs in a single season in American League history and the seventh most in MLB history.
Video showed a fan jump from his seat and down below in order to track down the ball. However, that ball was nowhere near him or never came down where he jumped.
According to Rangers insider Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News, the fan was not injured, but he did get escorted out of the building.
Globe Life Field security eventually escorted the lucky fan who caught it out of his seat with the ball in hand. When asked by reporters what he was going to do with the ball, he replied, “Good question. I haven’t thought about it.”
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