ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Oh, Tropicana Field.

The Tampa Bay Rays couldn't quite put the Minnesota Twins away Friday night, even with the help of the Trop itself.

As Deadspin first noted, Minnesota third baseman Miguel Sano hit a ball high and deep into left field. A home run it was not: The replay showed the ball hit a speaker on the ceiling, down to the floor and into the glove of Rays infielder Willy Adames.

Twins broadcaster Bert Blyleven was not pleased. "Blow up this place," he said just before a commercial break.

While the Rays were unable to stop the red-hot Twins from getting a win on Friday, at least Tropicana Field was once again victorious over Minnesota third baseman Miguel Sano. In the top of the eighth with the score tied 3-3, Sano smoked a ball high and deep into left field.

And it's not the first time this happened to poor Sano. Deadspin found one a ball hit at the Trop in 2016 hit the ceiling and caught by Evan Longoria.

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