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Royals' fan's ALCS HR catch honored with jack-o-lantern tribute (PHOTO)

A carved up pumpkin, or jack-o-lantern is displayed during a jack-o-lantern competition to celebrate Halloween in Jakarta on October 31, 2009. Halloween -- a named taken from "All Hallows' Even" falls on the day before All Saints' Day on November 1 -- a holiday when Christians remember their deceased loved ones. Although the fete is largely devoid of religious meaning today, its antecedents are in fact pagan, with origins in ancient Celtic observances marking the end of summer and, some say, paying homage to the netherworld. AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY (Photo credit should read ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images)

A carved up pumpkin, or jack-o-lantern is displayed during a jack-o-lantern competition to celebrate Halloween in Jakarta on October 31, 2009. Halloween -- a named taken from "All Hallows' Even" falls on the day before All Saints' Day on November 1 -- a holiday when Christians remember their deceased loved ones. Although the fete is largely devoid of religious meaning today, its antecedents are in fact pagan, with origins in ancient Celtic observances marking the end of summer and, some say, paying homage to the netherworld. AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY (Photo credit should read ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images)

'Tis the season for festive and topical pumpkin decorations...

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Halloween is coming up this weekend, so inspired jack-o-lantern creations are making their way around the Internet.

In Game 6 of the ALCS, the game in which the Kansas City Royals punched their ticket to a World Series matchup with the New York Mets, a fan in right-center field garnered attention by catching Mike Moustakas' line-drive home run. After an instant replay review (to see if coarsely-bearded 19-year-old Royals fan Caleb Humphreys caught the ball before it cleared the fence) went in the Royals' favor, the homer stood and the Royals wound up winning by one run.

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For whatever reason, an apparent Toronto Blue Jays fan by the name of Marco Cortez saw fit to capture the moment with a particularly impressive pumpkin-carving portrait of Humphreys, which Cortez shared on his Instagram page.

Happy Halloween Blue Jays Fans #CalebHumphreys #GoJaysGo #ComeTOgether

A photo posted by Morgueco Cortez (@themarcocortez) on

That's...a pretty eerie likeness, isn't it?

(h/t Royals Review)