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Red Sox Player Makes Amazing Catch, Umps Rule It Home Run For White Sox (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Boston Red Sox center fielder Mookie Betts thought he made an amazing catch on July 28, but it was not to be (video below).

Betts caught a ball hit by Chicago White Sox player Jose Abreu, and then tumbled over the right-center wall during the sixth inning.

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Abreu was originally called out by the umpires, but the White Sox challenged the call.

The umpires reviewed the play, ruled that Betts dropped the ball and awarded Abreu a home run, notes MassLive.com.

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Betts had to leave the game, was checked for a concussion, and the White Sox ended up winning 9-4, reports NESN.com.

Sources: MassLive.com, NESN.com / Photo credit: MLB/YouTube Screenshot