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George Springer had no idea where this Mike Napoli fly ball went until it landed over the wall

Typically, when an outfielder looks confusedly to the sky and can only hold up his arms in confusion, that means trouble -- a sign that he has no idea where the ball went, and it could land anywhere at any time. 
Luckily for the Astros, when George Springer lost track of Mike Napoli's fly ball during Houston's game against the Rangers on Tuesday, it did not end in disaster and/or a ball to the head. Unluckily for the Astros, that was because the ball was too busy sailing over the center field wall:

Look on the bright side, George: It's not like you could have caught it anyway, and your team still won, 6-2