To get the party started for the Atlanta Braves in the series-clinching Game Six against the Astros on Tuesday night, Jorge Soler hit an absolute missile of a three-run home run.
The no-doubter looked like it was at least 500ft off the bat.
SOLER HAS LEFT THE BUILDING. pic.twitter.com/IOc5wXreRb
— MLB (@MLB) November 3, 2021
After the dust settled, it was revealed that Jorge Soler’s home run traveled all the way across the street of the stadium – where an apartment party was taking place.
After letting the ball hang out down on the sidewalk for about ten minutes, someone at the party finally went down there and found the ball.
Chron — Ramos, his brother Richard and a large group of friends were having a World Series Game 6 watch party on Tuesday night just a block outside the Minute Maid Park Crawford Boxes, when they heard a groan inside the ballpark and then saw a flying white object come hurtling through the air and bounce off an awning outside the stadium.
It didn’t take them long to realize that was the baseball the Braves’ Jorge Soler had just crushed 446 feet over the train tracks to give his team a 3-0 third-inning lead.
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The ball made a loud bang when it hit about 20 feet into the green awning that usually protects fans from the elements as they enter the ballpark off Crawford Street. Then, it rolled off and ended up lying on the sidewalk. As the piece of World Series memorabilia sat there untouched and somehow unnoticed, everyone at the party started scheming about how to get their hands on the ball that came to rest outside the stadium, but inside a chain-link fence that separates Crawford Street from the ballpark grounds.
“That wasn’t a problem,” Richard joked.
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Unsurprisingly, it was an Astros fans who now has the Jorge Soler home run that Braves fans will never forget.
But he was excited with the whole ordeal, nonetheless.
Jorge Soler rode the monster home run – along with several clutch hits – to an unexpected World Series MVP trophy.
I don’t think the people who live at that apartment are too used to home run balls traveling all the way to their front step.