A spectator who attended the game between the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox in the stands of the famous Green Monster, Tuesday at Fenway Park, probably experienced an unforgettable moment during the second inning marked by a veritable festival of circuits.
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The man first grabbed a ball hit by Jeremy Pena, the object could not be controlled initially by another amateur located to his right. Then, he caught Yulieski Gurriel's cannon shot in one fell swoop, a two-point strike. It must be said that there was plenty of action nearby, as four balls flew over the famous green wall in left field during the evening.
Both clubs have totaled eight homers in the first four innings. Prior to Houston, seven teams had achieved a five-fold in one turn at bat. The most recent feat of its kind before Tuesday was the work of the New York Yankees accomplished on September 17, 2020.