A fly ball hit by Chicago White Sox slugger Adam Dunn amazingly took two bounces on the top of the outfield wall before coming back into play during Friday night's game against Houston, and it has to be seen to be believed.
In the bottom of the fourth, Astros left fielder L.J. Hoes failed to time his leap properly to make the catch on Dunn's fly ball. However, after the ball bounced straight up off the top of the wall, Hoes was probably as stunned as everyone else when the ball bounced off the wall again and came back to him.
Dunn ended up at second base with a double after that one-in-a-million bounce.
Video via MLB.