Sport Nolan Arenado tracked down a heckling Diamondbacks fan after his go-ahead home run

22:01  12 september  2017
22:01  12 september  2017 Source:   For The Win

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Arenado would return the favor. During the at-bat, Arenado proceeded to launch a go - ahead , three- run home run to left-center field. When he crossed home plate, he tracked down the fan and shouted towards the stands.

Arenado 's tie-breaking three- run home run in the eighth inning powered the Colorado Rockies to a 5-4 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday night. Arenado circled the bases, celebrated with teammates and exchanged some words with a heckling fan near the visiting dugout.

As Nolan Arenado was waiting on deck before his eighth-inning at-bat against the Diamondbacks on Monday, a fan in the crowd was giving the Rockies star an earful.

Arenado would return the favor.

During the at-bat, Arenado proceeded to launch a go-ahead, three-run home run to left-center field. When he crossed home plate, he tracked down the fan and shouted towards the stands.

Arenado was clearly fired up. After all, it's never a good idea to give one of baseball's best power hitters any more motivation to destroy a baseball. After the game, Arenado said that the fan wouldn't stop talking all night. The trash talk clearly backfired.

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The Rockies went on to win, 5-4.

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