Adam Jones’ Foul Ball Destroyed an ESPN Camera Sunday Night

You won’t need to hire an expert lip reader to see what he had to say about it afterward.

Things got a little heated in the Baltimore Orioles’ 5-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays Monday night, as Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman threw a fastball that just missed the head of Baltimore’s Caleb Joseph. Luckily, there was no damage done to Joseph’s dome.

However, the same can’t be said for the “Mid-Home Robo Cam” belonging to ESPN that was perched behind home plate during Baltimore’s 3-2 victory over the Yankees Sunday night.

With one out in the bottom of the fourth inning, Adam Jones gave the viewers at home a money shot when he fouled off a Hiroki Kuroda pitch and smashed the lens of the four-letter’s camera. Thankfully, the rest of the camera survived long enough for the rest of us to see what it looks like when something like that happens:

We don’t know what the camera ever did to Adam Jones, but Jones showed pretty much the exact opposite of remorse after breaking that thing.

Actually, this is probably what you call a money shot in baseball: Yankees Catcher Takes Foul Ball to the Junk


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