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Adam Dunn hit a double that bounced on the top of the wall ... twice

Adam Dunn hit a double that bounced on the top of the wall ... twice

Heading into Friday's game with the Astros, White Sox slugger Adam Dunn had hit 330 doubles throughout his 14-year Major League career. We're willing to bet that none of them took a bounce quite like his 331st did, when Dunn came just shy of a home run.

The 'Stros were up 2-0 in the fourth when Dunn got a hold of a Scott Feldman pitch and sent it deep to left. Houston's L.J. Hoes ranged back and leapt at the wall, but missed the towering fly ball which landed precisely on the top of the wall and bounced up into the air ... and bounced on the top of the wall again.

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When the whole thing got sorted out, Dunn ended up on second (where he'd be stranded). The Sox later added three runs for a comeback win.

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