Nationals fan who double-fisted beers in World Series honored with Bud Light commercial during Game 6

WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 27: Victor Robles #16 of the Washington Nationals watches a two-run home run hit by Yordan Alvarez (not pictured) of the Houston Astros leave the park during the second inning in Game Five of the 2019 World Series at National

A Washington Nationals fan who made history Sunday night during Game 5 of the World Series when he was caught on camera double-fisting two Bud Light beers after a home run ball hit him square in the chest was honored with his very own commercial Tuesday night. 

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"It was from the other team, so I didn't feel anything," Jeff Adams told FOX 5's Ike Ejiochi Sunday. "We're gonna hit more home runs, right? Go Nats."

After Adams' nationally-televised display of utter courageousness, Bud Light immediately began searching for their "hero." And on Monday, they found him. 

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In a tweet, the company showed off their specially-made t-shirt of Adams' double-fisting his Bud Light's during Sunday night's championship series game against the Houston Astros with the caption: "Always Save The Beers."  

Bud Light says, "He's wearing this beauty to Game 6." 

And on Tuesday, the company featured Adams in his very own commercial, which aired during Game 6 in Houston, using the caption: "Pain is temporary, glory is forever." Watch below: