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Fan Catches Foul Ball in Her Beer, Chugs It at Padres Game

08 June, 2018, 07:42 | Author: Tommie Newton
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Sitting in the stands during the Padres-Braves game, DiMarco caught a foul ball from Atlanta's Ender Inciarte. She was shocked when the ball flew her way, and she caught it right in her beer cup. Ask lucky fan Gabby DiMarco all about it.

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With thousands of eyes fixated on her, she chugged her beer as if she was taking part in a game of beer pong.

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It was a great moment already, but then the woman, identified by MLB.com as Gabby DiMarco, began to chug the beer much to the delight of the crowd. "I still have the ball in my cup, and I'm never going to lose it".

"It bounced from behind me, I was trying to catch it all, and it landed in my cup", she said.



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