Curtis Granderson's foul pop disappeared into Minute Maid Park's rafters and never came down
The roof giveth, and the roof taketh away. Those are two disparate lessons that ballpark ground rules have taught us over the past couple of days, but they're good lessons to learn.
A day after
Lofting a foul popup toward Minute Maid Park's retracted roof, everybody -- especially Astros catcher
What goes up must come down, right?— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) June 26, 2018
RIGHT?! 😳😳 pic.twitter.com/Lpb0CymHUd
Confusion! Chaos! Three pitches later, Granderson flied out. But we'll always have that moment.