In the fifth inning of Saturday’s A’s-Indians game at Cleveland’s Progressive Field, veteran slugger Edwin Encarnacion crushed a foul ball to the camera well next to the third base dugout.

And the ball indeed found a camera, belonging to NBC Sports California. The results were not good for the camera.

Watch Encarnacion’s foul ball destroy the camera lens:

However, they replaced the lens, and the NBC Sports California A’s account reminded their followers that the HD looks at the third base coach’s ass were back. So that’s something.

In other news involving foul balls destroying expensive electronics, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp broadcaster Roger Hoover gave play-by-play of his laptop getting destroyed by a foul ball on Wednesday.

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