Mike Moustakas added to the Kansas City Royals' lead in Game 6 of the American League Championship Series with a second-inning home run to right field against Toronto Blue Jays pitcher David Price, giving Kansas City a 2-0 lead.
The ball was caught by a fan who obviously reached over the railing to make the grab with his mitt, but the home run call was upheld after replay review.
Amazing that the MLB replay booth, with all their gadgetry, couldn't see that it was caught below the wall — making it a ground-rule-double.Royals take a 2-0 Lead with a home run by Mike Moustakas! #royals #bluejays #jays #kcroyals pic.twitter.com/9C8u1VNnuo— T.H.O.T.N (@_thotn) October 24, 2015
More fantastic was seeing Mose Shrute from "The Office" go back to Lancaster with a nice souvenir though.
After checking out the resemblance, look at how close the call actually was.
Clearly not a home run pic.twitter.com/gEisB5Iee3— Tulontoo (@FakeTulo) October 24, 2015
That horse and buggy ride back to Pennsylvania might take some time, Mose. But once again, it seems a Luddite shows us technology is good for nothing.