— Joe Morgan (@joe_morgan) May 20, 2014
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.
The Spurs veteran finished with 14 points and 12 assists as San Antonio beat Oklahoma City 122-105.
Finally in college football, a 40-foot-deep sinkhole appeared at Austin Peay's football stadium during renovations. There were no injuries.