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Lloyd McClendon doesn't get out of the way of foul near dugout, next pitch is home run

M's skipper accidentally interferes with foul ball, at-bat results in homer

The Indians jumped out to a 4-0 lead during Saturday's game against the Mariners, but M's rookie pitcher Roenis Elias looked to be on his way to a quick frame in the sixth. He struck out Carlos Santana and induced a Jason Kipnis ground ball before getting Yan Gomes to pop a foul ball down the first-base line. 

Catcher Mike Zunino tracks the thing to the M's dugout and reaches over to make the grab only to find manager Lloyd McClendon clogging things up a bit:

McClendon Oops

If Zunino and McClendon weren't kicking themselves before the next pitch, you can bet they were when it landed in the left-center field bleachers.

McClendon Oops 2

Whoopsie daisy.

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