Watch: Braves fan receives a mouthful of dirt after this epic fail

The biggest fail ever.
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The Atlanta Braves held a promotion between innings in their game with the New York Mets on Friday.

One "lucky" fan had to race "The Freeze" around the warning track. Because The Freeze is much faster than the average Joe, the fan got about a 200-foot head start. The fan thought he had the race won, but once The Freeze caught up, this poor dude got a mouthful of dirt ...

From last night:

Don't do what this @Braves fan did. ???????????? pic.twitter.com/Vd1RLYTqw6

— 120 Sports (@120Sports) June 10, 2017

Talk about your classic epic fails. Maybe next time, make sure you have the race won before you start showboating, or The Freeze will embarrass you.

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