Demonstrating impeccable form at just the right moment, this dude has definitely earned his 15 minutes in the spotlight!
One diehard Nats fan took one for the team—literally—as he refused to give up his double-fisted Bud Lights.
It happened during the all-important World Series Game 5 at Nationals Park. Washington fans were dejected, and yet another Houston home run was hit.
Higher and higher it flew, heading straight for Jeff Adams, a lifelong Nats fan who was not about to lose his ballpark beers. Letting the ball bounce off of his majestic dad-bod, he managed to (safely) set down his cans to retrieve the wayward projectile.
The move was met with a mixture of horror and disbelief. First off, was he hurt? The next collective thought was, of course, did he spill the beers? From the looks of everyone's expressions, these are not unfounded fears.
EPA photographer John G. Mabanglo, bless you for getting this shot of beer-wielding Nats fan taking a home run ball to the solar plexus pic.twitter.com/jYIykAGUuN— Nate Scott (@aNateScott) October 28, 2019
Marketing folks over at Bud Light quickly found out Jeff's identity, perhaps due to his in-depth bleacher interview.
A t-shirt has been made, Bud Light made sure that Jeff is being sent to Game 6 in style, and all is right in the world.
Update: We are in contact with our hero. He’s wearing this beauty to Game 6. pic.twitter.com/CobFG9q8kC— Bud Light (@budlight) October 29, 2019
What are your thoughts on Jeff's heroics? Let us know in the comments!