WATCH: Beer Co. Rewards Nats Fan Who Saves Beers by Deflecting Ball with His Chest

A Washington Nationals fan who was seen at Game 6 of the World Series saving his beers by deflecting a foul ball with his chest was given a huge reward by Bud Light.

Beer fan Jeff Adams was sitting right at the rail in the outfield when a ball came ripping his way during the game.

But Jeff was holding two beers, one in each hand, so instead of dropping his suds, he puffed out his chest to deflect the ball:

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That’s right, Jeff Adams was far more interested in saving his beer than in having the once in a life-time chance to catch a ball at a World Series!!

Not THAT is a beer fan!

Adams later told Fox 5’s Ike Ejiochi that he didn’t feel a thing as the ball slammed into his chest!

Bud Light was not about to let this opportunity to create a great beer meme pass them up, either. The next day, Bud Light put out this ad celebrating Adams’ feat of beer savior-hood.

Bud Light went on to create a hilarious commercial to capitalize on Adams’s feat, too:

The Washington Nationals went on to win the World Series with four games after beating the Houston Astros in Game 7.

Interestingly, the Nationals stand as the only team in Major League Baseball history to win the World Series by only winning the away games.

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