Cincinnati Reds infielder Jonathan India, widely considered the odds-on favorite to win the National League Rookie of the Year award, hit a a three-run home run into the Reds' bullpen during the fifth inning of Thursday's 5-1 win against the Brewers in Milwaukee that almost hit some of his teammates and did take out bullpen coach Lee Tunnell's cup of coffee.
Social media reactions, including slo-mo video from @BallySportsCIN:
More from The Enquirer's Bobby Nightengale about the homer and cup of coffee:
India hammered a three-run homer into the Reds’ bullpen beyond the wall in center field, nearly hitting some of his teammates. India’s 397-foot homer landed in bullpen coach Lee Tunnell's cup of coffee, which the relievers proudly displayed by placing it on top of the outfield wall.
India said after the game that he'll have an entire section of fans above the Reds' dugout for their upcoming series against the Marlins in Miami.
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