On Saturday June 24th, a fan at an Arizona Diamond caught a home run hit towards right-center field without dropping his plate full of food.
A home run ball and a full plate of food? Now that's a combo meal: https://t.co/29XFnBrD5M pic.twitter.com/oiXANJhns0
— Cut4 (@Cut4) June 25, 2017
As the line drive was coming in, he calmly reached up and snagged the ball as it flew over the fence. Not a single piece of food on his plate fell to the ground as he pulled it in, color me impressed.
The dinger was hit by Phillies’ starting pitcher Ben Lively — it was the first home run of his career — in the top of the fourth inning with two outs and a man on board. Those would be the only two runs of the game that Philadelphia would score, as the D-backs rallied in the seventh and ended up winning the ballgame with a margin of 9-2.
(Photo of Ben Lively courtesy of phillies.com)
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