A Major League Baseball batter who hits a long ball to the deepest parts of AT&T Park in San Francisco, only for the ball to careen off the wall or be caught by an outfielder, denying what would be a home run in almost any other ballpark. Usually used to describe hits by visiting players. Phrase coined by the San Francisco Giants' announcing team, made up of Jon Miller, Dave Flemming, Duane Kuiper, and Mike Krukow.
"Upton hits one high and deep to right-center field! Pence is going back and....it's off the bricks! Pence plays the ball on a hop and throws it in to the cutoff man, Upton into second with a double!"
"Upton just got AT&T'd. That's a home run at Turner Field in Atlanta."