Cincinnati Reds fan Caleb Lloyd had a pretty amazing Monday night.
Sitting in the outfield bleachers with some of his friends, the 20-year old caught a home run -- specifically Cincinnati pitcher Mike Leake's first career home run.
Lloyd caught the ball barehanded without so much as bobbling it. That's pretty impressive in any right.
"It hit my hand. I didn't expect to actually catch it. I never actually caught a home run ball. It hurt really bad," Lloyd said after the game.
Plenty of people catch home runs and foul balls all the time. So what makes Lloyd special?
The ball bounced and Lloyd secured it with his one free hand while the other held on to the first home run ball.
"The second one bounced behind me and bounced right into my lap. I was like, 'Oh my gosh, that's just crazy!' I couldn't believe
my eyes. Right now, I still can't believe it's happening," Lloyd said.
Like the good guy he is, Lloyd gave away both balls. He offered Cozart's dinger to the friend who gave him a free ticket to the game, and he gave Leake's home run to Leake himself, in exchange for an autograph.
Check out the historic footage below.