After giving up the four runs, Trevor Bauer asked for a new ball from the home plate umpire as he saw his manager walking out of the dugout.

When Manager Terry Francona took his first step onto the field, Bauer turned to the outfield and launched the ball over the fence in center field around 375 feet from the pitcher’s mound.

In 1991, Cincinnati reliever Rob Dibble launched a ball into the center-field stands, which resulted in a four-game suspension and a fine.

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