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Nationals fan double-fisting beers takes Astros HR ball to the chest and says he didn't feel a thing

Victor Robles #16 of the Washington Nationals watches a two-run home run hit by Yordan Alvarez (not pictured) of the Houston Astros leave the park during the second inning in Game Five of the 2019 World Series at Nationals Park on October 27, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

HOUSTON – A Nats fan, with a beer in each hand, accepted a blow in the chest when Astros player Yordan Alvarez's homerun went flying intp left field during Game 5 of the World Series, and he says he didn't feel a thing.

There's only one thing that could have hurt Nationals fan Jeff Adams, and it wasn't a being struck by a baseball but it might have been having to repurchase not one, but two overpriced beers. 

 

 

"It hit me in the chest but it was from the other [Astros] team, so I didn't feel anything," Adams said.

 

 

According to spectators, Adams was close to receiving another ball to that chest that night when Juan Soto's solo shot was aimed for left field.


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