The Toronto Blue Jays put on quite the offensive display on Monday in Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox.
By the end of the sixth inning, the Blue Jays had amassed 13 hits and 13 runs, including a nine-run outburst in the top of the sixth.
Among the Blue Jays who had a good day at the plate was left fielder Melky Cabrera, who hit two home runs. His first, of the two-run variety, came off of Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz in the first inning. Cabrera followed that up with the above pictured three-run shot for an encore in the sixth inning off of Felix Doubront.
As you can see, Cabrera’s second homer cleared the seats above the Green Monster. What we didn’t know, initially, was where it landed. As ESPN later showed, and the always reliable CJ Fogler captured, the baseball’s landing spot was a windshield.
Melky Cabrera broke a windshield in the parking lot behind the Green Monster pic.twitter.com/07ve1GHpLe
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) July 29, 2014
Park behind the Green Monster at your own risk when Melky Cabrera is in town.