Let's all watch Evan Gattis homer on a pitch he had no business hitting in the first place
The Astros leapt out to an early lead during Friday's contest against the Rays, up 3-0 by the top of the third inning. But thanks to a few wild pitches from
But hope was not lost. No, never fear when
That ball sailed in 4.2 feet above the ground, around the height of your average 8-year-old. But this was standard for Gattis -- last year, he also pummeled a pitch way, way out of the strike zone:
Looks like the Astros' 5-4 win is just another paragraph to add to the tall tale that is Gattis' life. You know, people say that Minnesota's 10,000 lakes are just his footprints? OK, maybe people say that about Paul Bunyan, but I say it was Gattis. Also pretty sure that every star is the sky is only there because Gattis smacked it into the heavens.