Sport Giancarlo Stanton crushes homer into pool at Marlins Park, fan jumps in to retrieve it

18:20  13 april  2017
18:20  13 april  2017 Source:   foxsports.com

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Stanton hit two homers accounting for all 4 Marlins runs. Giancarlo Stanton 's 2-run HR in the 5th inning made a splash landing at Marlins Park , but that didn't stop the fan from jumping right in! pic.twitter.com/UEZqqavoZw.

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  Giancarlo Stanton crushes homer into pool at Marlins Park, fan jumps in to retrieve it © Jasen Vinlove

Not only do you have to get very lucky to land a souvenir ball at a baseball game, sometimes you have to get wet.

Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton hit two homers on Wednesday night in Miami, the second of which was an absolute rocket that landed in the left field pool at Marlins Park. After the splash landing, a fan standing nearby was quick to jump in fully clothed and retrieve the ball.

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Luckily, that fan made sure his cell phone wasn’t in his pocket before diving in, as confirmed by the Marlins’ broadcast team later in the game.

As for the home run itself, the exit velocity on Stanton’s second dinger was 115.6 MPH, which ties him with Joey Gallo for the hardest hit long ball of the year so far.

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Giancarlo Stanton was the only source of offense for the Miami Marlins on Wednesday, connecting for a pair of two-run homers in a 5-4 loss to the Atlanta Braves. For one fan , he was also the creator of a lifelong memory. For without Stanton ’s second home run, which landed in the pool beyond the left.

MIAMI (AP) Ender Inciarte matched Giancarlo Stanton homer for homer until Tyler Flowers broke The retractable roof at Marlins Park couldn't prevent a His second homer , a line drive in the fifth, landed in the swimming pool in the nightclub beyond left field, and a fan jumped in to retrieve the ball.

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