Softball player robs home run, breaks outfield wall with catch

Akron Racers outfielder A.J. Andrews robbed a home run during a game while knocking down the outfield wall and landing on top of it, and no one in the park was quite sure what the ruling should be. According to MLB.com, because Andrews’ feet were in fair territory when she first made contact with the ball, it’s a home-run robbing out.

After some discussion with the umpire, the player that had scored from second was moved back to third base, but the out stood.