Women gets beer shower after epic fail at Cleveland Guardians game [Video]

As noted by Ben Verlander, we have seen a plethora of videos of baseball fans making great catches when a foul ball or home run comes flying into the stands.

Also as noted by Verlander, what you are about to see is not one of those great catches.

In fact, not only does this Cleveland Guardians fan not make the catch but he also proceeds to spill his beer all over what we assume is his significant other.

Check it out!

FanDuel Daily Fantasy Baseball Helper: Saturday 4/30/22

Our daily helper is available every day to analyze FanDuel’s main slate and help give you a starting point when you’re building lineups. Be sure to also incorporate our great tools into your research process. Whether you’re looking for daily projections, the latest starting lineups and weather, or batting and pitching heat maps to find the best matchups — we’ve got you covered!

Let’s check out the top options on today’s main slate.


Clayton Kershaw ($10,500)

In his first three starts this season, Los Angeles‘ veteran left-hander has been in stellar form through 17.0 innings, accounting for a 13.6% swinging strike rate and an impressive 1.72 expected Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP) rating.

Despite his recent success and favorable matchup against a weak Detroit Tigers‘ lineup with a 24.5% strikeout rate and a .253 weighted on-base percentage (wOBA) against left-handers, Kershaw’s FanDuel salary comes at a relative bargain after it moved down 2.7% since his last start.

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numberFire’s models project Kershaw as tonight’s second ranked pitcher with a 33.0 FanDuel point projection and 6.13 expected strikeouts.

Gerrit Cole ($9,800)

After a rough beginning to the season, New York‘s right-hander had his best performance in his last start, producing an expected 1.63 FIP, nine strikeouts, and a season-high 57.0 FanDuel points.

Cole will have a good chance to prolong his success on Saturday night against a Kansas City Royals lineup with a 23.6% strikeout rate and a .288 wOBA against right-handers including five projected starters with K-rates over 22.4% and contact rates lower than 76.1%.

The 31-year old currently stands as today’s top rated pitcher with a 35.8 FanDuel point projection and 6.8 expected strikeouts.

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