Two bad bounces rob White Sox slugger Dunn of home run

A blast by MLB veteran Adam Dunn bounced twice off the top of the wall, depriving him of a home run.

Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn has hit 454 home runs over the course of his 14-year career, and has probably hit the ball to the warning track many times, as well.

The power-hitting lefty has never had this happen to him before, though.

Dunn drove the ball to deep left field on Friday at Comerica Park, and Houston Astros outfielder L.J. Hoes leaped at the wall to try and make the catch.

Hoes missed the ball, but it incredibly bounced off the top of the wall twice while remaining in play.

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