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Travis Wood causes woman to drench husband in beer

A pitcher hit a home run, but much beer was sacrificed in its name.

Travis Wood, a pitcher for the Cubs, hit a home run on Sunday against the Mets. That doesn't happen often, and it's quite the blast, as it leaves Wrigley altogether:

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Wait, what's that happening at the end there? Computer, zoom in and focus on the end of the above GIF, please:

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Husband spills a bit of beer on wife attempting to catch a homer, and wifey flat-out dumps the rest of her beer on his head. That's cold, but we don't know if it's Coors Light blue mountain can cold or whatever that gimmick is because that's not how GIFs work, you guys.

Don't worry, there isn't some crazy history here between these two: the husband is fine with it, and thinks the fact people are calling his wife nasty things like "a [White] Sox fan" are entirely unnecessary. After all, he did clumsily spill beer on her first, shots fired and all that.

For more on the Cubs and Wrigley bleacher shenanigans, visit our SB Nation site, Bleed Cubbie Blue

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