Adam Dunn Denied Home Run After Ball Bounces off Wall Twice, Stays in Play

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffJuly 19, 2014

via MLB

What are the odds of this? 

On Friday night, Chicago White Sox outfielder Adam Dunn got about as close to hitting a home run as one can get, with the ball bouncing off the top of the outfield wall twice while still remaining in play. 

While it's not completely clear whether or not the ball hit Houston outfielder L.J. Hoes' glove, it looks like it hits the wall first and bounces on it again, which is absolutely mind-boggling. 

The White Sox went on to win 3-2.

[MLB]

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