This mash-up of Rookie of the Year and the Red Sox fan who hit Giancarlo Stanton is PERFECT.
— Yahoo Sports MLB (@MLByahoosports) September 30, 2018
Red Sox fan hits Stanton with his own HR ball while rounding second, the highlight compilation pic.twitter.com/S2nfQMdqXA
— The Muse (@crypticmusings) September 29, 2018
Say what you will about the Red Sox dropping two out of three meaningless games to the Yankees heading into the weekend, but this man was what will be remembered from this series. It was a perfect throw and, as I’m sure you’ve seen on Twitter, everyone wants him on the postseason bullpen roster.
Breaking news: Random fan from the green monster just got added to the bullpen for the Red Sox playoff roster pic.twitter.com/nphTdQCNp9
— Wicked Good Sports (@WickedGoodSprts) September 29, 2018
— Tucker Rutherford (@truth2289) September 29, 2018
The Red Sox may want to consider adding that fan to their playoff bullpen.
— Gary Phillips (@GaryHPhillips) September 29, 2018
Holy crap. What aim by the fan. Red Sox should put him in their bullpen.
— Mike (@MEB923) September 29, 2018
I think I made my point.
On a serious note, that should at least turn the home run into a ground rule double. You want to really grow the game of baseball? Then get the fans involved. If you peg the batter after a home run then they return to the last base they touched. That only seems fair. Then we can really separate the good fanbases from the bad.