Khris Davis loses glove after nearly robbing Freddie Freeman of home run

Angela Sun

It was a strange night at Turner Field on Monday. First, the game between the Milwaukee Brewers and Atlanta Braves was briefly delayed when the main video board went on the fritz.

Then in the third inning, things got even more wacky — especially for Brewers outfielder Khris Davis. With Atlanta up 2-0, the 26-year-old tracked Freddie Freeman's deep drive to left field and almost made a spectacular home run-saving catch. But not only did the ball go over the fence, so did Davis' glove!

Thankfully, a fan tossed the equipment back to its owner. But it was still an odd sight. Davis would exact a measure of revenge in the fifth when he launched a two-run homer of his own. But it wasn't nearly enough as the Braves beat the Brewers 9-3.

Crossing over

Moving to the NBA, Tony Parker schooled Thabo Sefolosha in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.

The Spurs veteran finished with 14 points and 12 assists as San Antonio beat Oklahoma City 122-105.

Paydirt

Finally in college football, a 40-foot-deep sinkhole appeared at Austin Peay's football stadium during renovations. There were no injuries.

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