It’s a great moment for White Sox fans to catch a home run ball with a friend’s prosthesis after drinking five glasses of beer at Sunday’s ball game.
Empty TikTok user Shannon Grandreis posted a clip of the amazing catch in the Chicago White Sox-Detroit Tigers match.
The flyball appears to have come from White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada’s home baseman.
The video shows a friend of Flandris holding a prosthesis as the ball bounces towards the stand.
When the ball is caught on the top of the foot, the crowd cheers and screams.
Flandris’ friends then swing their limbs in the air to celebrate their amazing catch.
“It was a great idea to pour five beers and take my feet off to catch the ball,” Grandreis wrote in the caption.
Flandre’s friend is seen raising his leg in the air hoping to catch a flying ball
Home race-holding prosthesis turned to victory
TikTok user Shannon Grandreis captured the moment she caught a home run ball with her prosthesis in a White Sox match on Sunday. This photo was posted by Friendris on Instagram in August, 175 days after the post-surgical amputation.
Friendris told Instagram that he was at the game with two friends, “Swipe right and make sure you’re drunk enough to use your feet to catch the ball.” I posted it with a caption.
The video posted on Sunday has garnered 2.7 million views with nearly 420,000 likes and over 2,000 comments.
TikTok users shared the excitement and celebrated his scintillating home run catch.
One user wrote, ‘She was spreading her legs for everyone.
“The fact that everyone is equally happy with you makes my heart smile,” said another.
The video also impressed the Dallas Stars in the NHL, as it was posted online.
Tik Tok users and biggies like Arby commented on the video and celebrated with Grandreuse’s exciting prosthesis.
Even big companies like Arby’s have taken the time to celebrate Flandreis.
“YO @ ESPN where are you at?”, the fast food company writes.
Frandreis posted the video to his Instagram page with the caption “Swipe right to make sure you’re drunk enough to use your foot to catch the ball.”
The White Sox defeated the Tigers 5-4 on Saturday to win the match.
Moncada helped secure the White Sox’s victory with a two-run home run from the Tigers starting pitcher Kyle Funkhauser at the bottom of the eighth inning.
The White Sox will face the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the American League Division Series on Thursday night.
The ball is believed to have been a two-run home run-off hit by White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada in a match against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday. The White Sox beat the Tigers 5-4.