Jorge Soler’s home run ball landed at a random apartment party in Houston

In incredible fashion, the massive homer from Atlanta Braves slugger Jorge Soler actually ended up in someone’s apartment. 

The home-run blast from Atlanta Braves stud Jorge Soler is going to be talked about for years to come. In Game 6 of the World Series, Soler got the party started with an unreal dinger that actually left the ball park.

The moment Soler made contact with the ball, everyone at Minute Maid Park knew the Braves had just jumped out to a 3-0 lead. With that said, would you believe us if we told you that same ball actually made its way to an apartment party in Houston? Believe it, folks.

MVP Jorge Soler helped the Braves win their first World Series since 1995

In unbelievable fashion, Matt Young of the Houston Chronicle reported that the ball indeed landed at an apartment, with a man by the name of Manuel Ramos getting a hold of it from his brother’s fifth-floor balcony. You can’t even make this stuff up.

Per Young’s article, the people at the party heard the loud noise from across the street at the stadium and then they saw the ball coming their way. Ramos ended up with the ball and now he’s got a piece of baseball history in his possession.

Imagine going to your brother’s house to have some beers and good food to watch a game, then next thing you know there’s a home-run ball coming at you from out of nowhere. It’s really wild to think about.

In the end, the Braves went on to dominate the Astros in that Game 6 and they’re still celebrating the World Series victory. For Ramos, he’s now got a story he can tell friends and family for the rest of his life.

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