In addition to being a really good pitcher, Jon Lester has a few quirks.
His struggles fielding his position have been well-lamented, particularly his complete inability to hold runners on or actually make a throw to first base.
Also, since coming over to the National League after many years with the Boston Red Sox, the lefty was forced to hit for himself, which presented something of a challenge.
Well, Lester has improved incrementally at the plate, culminating in this freak occurrence against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field.
Dude's launching bombs, now!
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