It was quite the interesting night on Tuesday at Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park for the Reds-Cardinals game.

We already showed you what happened in the seventh inning, when Reds star first baseman Joey Votto wasn’t happy with a fan that interfered with a foul ball, and grabbed the fan’s jersey, before then apologizing with an autographed baseball for the fan.

Well, in the ninth inning, the Reds were trailing 5-4 when Scott Schebler came to the plate. With two on and one out, Schebler sent an offering from Cardinals closer Seung Hwan Oh to the damn moon:

Schebler recalled from Triple-A earlier in the day after the Reds traded Jay Bruce to the Mets the day before. So, good call by the Reds there.

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