Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Alex Verdugo of the Oklahoma City Dodgers on Tuesday hit one of the wackiest home runs of the baseball season.
In the bottom of the eighth inning, the AAA centerfielder smacked a deep ball to right field.
While it was too short to go out, he got some assistance from Reno Aces right fielder Zach Borenstein. As Borenstein went back to catch the pop fly, the ball bounced off of his head and out of the park.
The Aces, however, won the game 9-7.
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