Eugenio Suarez had no idea that he fielded Adrian Beltre's grounder
To lead off the Rangers' second inning against the Reds on Tuesday, Adrian Beltre hit a ball toward third base that bounced directly into Eugenio Suarez's glove.
Just, uh, no one told Suarez:
What could've been a routine out ended up as an infield single because Suarez was looking for his keys while holding them in his hand the whole time. But hey, the ball was bouncing sharply toward him and could've easily popped right over his head. At least it didn't end up on his back this time:
And even though Beltre later scored on Jurickson Profar's home run, the Reds got three quick outs to finish the inning with their lead intact, and ended up winning, 8-2.