Geovany Soto crushed a home run and a fan's windshield

Wednesday July 29th, 2015

Chicago White Sox catcher Geovany Soto crushed his seventh home run of the season and the windshield of a car parked just outside of Fenway Park paid the price.

The blast came in the seventh inning when Soto sent a pitch from the Red Sox's Justin Masterson soaring over the the Green Monster in leftfield. No word if Soto has agreed to pay for the car's damage. 

Soto is not the only White Sox player doing damage with his bat as the team is riding a six-game winning streak while outscoring opponents 45-17. The White Sox sit in third place of the American League Central with their 48-50 record.

- Christopher Chavez

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