Here's What A Lady's Kneecap Looked Like Last Night After Asdrubal Cabrera's Homer Hit It



The second of Asdrubal Cabrera's homers last night was initially ruled a single. Upon first view, the umps couldn't tell if it cleared the short fence in right field of Fenway Park, and the ball ricocheted hard back into right, so it seemed like it had to have hit something very hard to send it careening back so violently.

Instant replay, of course, confirmed that the ball did clear the fence, and the object that it hit was not a railing or a seat or a concrete step, but a woman's kneecap. Witness the evidence on her leg:


You can catch video of the homer over at Deadspin.

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