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April 20, 2015


Cubs Fan Catches Foul Ball In Her Cup Of Beer, Chugs It

This has been The Week In Sports.

(Thanks to Charles Cates)

To clarify: No, she did not chug the ball.


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Oh, well, if she didn't chug the ball too, what's the point?

If the Cubs outfielders were that good, they'd make the playoffs...

Stand in line for 20 minutes.
Pay $7.50 for a 16oz. beer.
Lose half of said beer to a foul ball.
I think my reaction would have been...different.

Somewhere Steve Bartman wonders "Why didn't that happen to me?"

Is this a great country or what ?

I wonder how Jack Brickhouse and Milo Hamilton would have called that one?

According to my son, usually the people nearby pitch in for the replacement beverage if much spills.

No problem, it isn't like the spitball is legal.

Allen, I heard the Cubs immediately signed her up to play right field.

If she chugged the ball, I guess we could say she really had a 'foul' mouth...

(and maybe she did, after the beer..)

Give that fan a contract

NMU Alias: That's cool of the fans. Here at my local bush league diamond, 24oz. goes for $6; so, after 2 or 12 of these I'm not as price sensitive or foul ball averse.

She only chugged it. Polite ladies do not put the ball actually... well, never mind!

Wrigley Field attendees are typcially more interested in the beer experience than the game anyway.

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