Angels punk Joe Adele has a nightmare moment as a fly ball appears outside his platform and on the right field wall

MLB Rookie outfielder Jo Adell on Sunday accidentally dropped the ball on the wall of the outfield, giving the opposing team a ‘home run’ against the Texas Rangers during a match in the Los Angeles Angels.

Nick Solak hit the ball hard in the bottom of the fifth inning, deepening Wright’s field and Adele began backpacking and seemed to be beat on it. The ball, however, ended up bouncing off his glove and onto the wall, allowing Engels to score a run.

Solak was initially awarded a home run, but then turned in a four-base error on Adele after consulting with official scorer Larry Bump with the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Los Angeles eventually lost the game 7-3 and finished last in the AL West Division.

Blooper was reminiscent of a notorious incident in 1993 when a ball hit slogger Jose Canseco’s head, then played for the Rangers, and hit the wall for home.

The news comes as the remainder of the MLB season is still in doubt due to Coronavirus concerns.

The league, in a memorandum sent to the teams on Wednesday, threatened to suspend repeat offenders who violated their new COVID-19 protocol.

Right fielder Joe Adele of the Los Angeles Angels put his hand on his head after a fly ball from Texas Rangers’ Nick Solak and went over the right field wall for a solo home run during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Arlington. went. Texas, Sunday, August 9, 2020.

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After the outbreak on the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals its 2020 operations manual outlined changes, with 21 postponements and more than 30 positive cases in the first two weeks of the 60-game season.

“We believe these changes place additional burdens and restrictions on players and employees,” the memo, obtained by USA Today Sports, read. “But if we want to play, they are necessary to limit the infection, and if someone tests positive, to prevent the virus from spreading. The behavior of each covered person is the players and staff on their team. And affects other clubs as well. ”

Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj contributed to this report