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Sport Watch: Woman catches foul ball at Braves-Padres game with her beer, chugs it

18:05  06 june  2018
18:05  06 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Even if you’re at a minor league game between the Fort Wayne TinCaps and the Clinton LumberKings, the rules are the same: If you catch a foul ball in your beer cup, you have to chug that shit.

Catching a baseball with your can of beer is a very bad idea. Catching it with your cup and then pounding your beer , however, is a great idea!

For those of legal age, beers and baseball games go hand-in-hand.

But Gabby DiMarco got a little more than she bargained for when a foul ball off the bat of Ender Inciarte plopped in her beer. However, that wasn't the best part — it was her chugging the full beer with the baseball inside that made DiMarco go viral.

a hand holding a glass of beer on a table © (Getty Images)

"It bounced from behind me, I was trying to catch it all, and it landed in my cup," DiMarco told MLB.com.

She also said everyone was chanting for her to chug the beer, but she said she would have slammed the brew, anyway.

Very few foul ball catches will be able to top this.

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