Orlando Hudson, the four-time Gold Glove winner of the San Diego Padres, was a little too eager to please a fan and his brain freeze cost the Padres a run against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Playing second base on Tuesday night at Petco Field, Hudson called for Ryan Robert's pop-up in shallow right field. Without breaking his stride, Hudson snagged the ball, headed towards the right field stands and flipped the ball to a ball-girl before heading to the dugout.
Major problem. It was only the second out.
Seeing Hudson's goof, Padres first baseman, Jesus Guzman, ran to the ball girl, but it was too late, it was in the stands.
Diamondbacks Chris Young and Miguel Montero were permitted to take two bases. Young scored to make it 4-0.
The personable Hudson laughed at the epic blunder.
"You see it every now and then," he said. "Life goes on, nobody's perfect."
Arizona went on to win, 6-1.