It's been a largely disappointing year for Ryan Raburn, who has struggled with consistency and was demoted to AAA for a few weeks in June. Saturday produced another forgettable moment for the Tigers outfielder.

The 31-year-old Raburn jumped and stuck his arm over the right field fence in an attempt to catch Mike Moustakas' home run ball in the fifth inning. As Raburn reached for the ball, it appears his arm got caught between two sections of the wall.

Luckily, Raburn was able to avoid any injury:

This is actually the second most unfortunate outfield incident for Raburn. Last year a ball hit Raburn's glove in left field and bounced over the fence for a home run.

Well, at least things can only get better from here.

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