A Dodgers fan caught Cody Bellinger's homer in her cap -- but she wasn't immediately aware of it
In the eighth inning of the Dodgers' 7-2 win over the Marlins on Friday night at Dodger Stadium, rookie sensation Cody Bellinger gave Los Angeles an additional two-run cushion with a homer to left-center.
The ball went up into the Left Field Pavilion, where it came down in the general vicinity of some fans. Each member of the group was ready to make the play, with outstretched hands, gloves and caps at the ready. So who caught it? The young lady with the cap ... she just wasn't really sure if she caught it:
But hey, there's the baseball! That's probably a fun surprise, figuring you didn't wind up with the prized souvenir, only to find it there after all -- and despite the efforts of the fans around you. And that makes at least a handful of surprise-catches in the stands this week alone.
Nicely done, everybody!