Detroit Tigers' JaCoby Jones didn't stop running Monday.
What typically would've been a single, center fielder Adam Engel misplayed the ball. He allowed it to roll underneath his glove — all the way to the wall.
Meanwhile, Jones cruised around the diamond for an inside-the-park home run to give the Tigers a 5-1 lead in the bottom of the seventh.
The play was deemed a home run, not an error.
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Jones' two-run homer was his fifth of the season. The inside-the-park home run was the first for the Tigers since Nick Castellanos on Aug. 22, 2017, against the New York Yankees.
Jones has 12 RBIs and is batting .333 in 13 games this season.