Fan who caught Turner's walk-off homer catches another in Game 4

- A retired South Gate Police officer who went viral this week after catching Justin Turner's game-winning home run ball was in the stands for Wednesday night's game between the Dodgers and the Cubs- and he caught another homer!

 

Keith Hupp caught Turner's historic walk-off homer in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, and he was again in the stands Wednesday night for Game 4 in Chicago. That's when he caught another homer- this time from the Cubs' Javier Baez.
 
When Hupp retired as a Captain from the South Gate Police Department after 28 years of service, he said he planned to attend all home Dodger games, according to a post on the department's Facebook page. 

He was in the stands for Sunday night's game and made an epic catch in the final moments. 

Hupp says he's caught 18 game home-run balls in the last two years-- and 24 total. He adds that some of his home-run balls have bounced and they weren't all catches.

And even though Sunday night's catch was his only NLCS walk-off home-run catch, he gave the historic ball to Turner. 

Maybe he'll help make history and catch a third homer in tonight's Game 5!

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