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