For the Detroit Tigers this World Series has not been about their hitting the ball. But someone must get a hit. So, how about a TV reporter taking a shot on the ankle while he is covering the game? Ouch! Watch it happen!
Put down the phone, and live life - That's the lesson learned here by San Diego Padres fan Travis Decker, who got clocked by a foul ball while he attempted to 'check in' on Facebook during the Reds - Padres contest at PETCO Park Friday.
Imagine going a Detroit Tigers game, and catching a home-run ball. Then the next batter steps up to the plate, smacks a home run, and you snatch that ball too!
It didn't happen at Comerica Park, but Cincinnati Reds fan Caleb Lloyd should buy a lottery ticket after he beat the odds Monday night at the Great American Ballpark.
Hit the jump to see Caleb's story.
It was the foul ball that had the entire world crying, "Foul!" But after three-year-old Cameron Shores didn't get a foul ball tossed into the stands at a Texas Rangers home game, he's gotten a lot of attention. He's also getting a couple of cool parting gifts from the Rangers themselves.
Cameron and his parents appeared on ABC's 'Good Morning America' and they said the incident "loo
Eighth inning, Rangers and Yankees in Arlington, and Mitch Moreland tosses a foul ball into the stands. It's caught! But the recipients appear to be the most obnoxious couple ever. Not only did they miss a great opportunity to do something nice for a nearby toddler, she taunted the boy as he cried.
They definitely get the d-bag of the year award. Think that's offensive? Wait until you see the vide
Have you ever caught a foul ball while attending a professional baseball game? I almost did several years ago. It was Detroit Tiger opening day I was with my son Josh, the ball was coming at me ,I stood up to get it I missed and the ball hit my seat the guy behind me grabbed it. Very embarrassing.
Not the same ending for this Chicago Cubs fan, watch this incredible catch after the jump.