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SportRangers fan tries to catch foul ball with wallet, money goes flying

06:40  12 july  2019
06:40  12 july  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Don't try to use a wallet to catch a foul ball unless you're cool with cash flying everywhere. By Adrian Garro @adriangarro. You can try your luck with your bare hands or use something like a beer cup, nachos or other concession fare -- but it is not advisable to try to catch a foul ball with your wallet .

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Rangers fan tries to catch foul ball with wallet, money goes flying© Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

One Texas Rangers fan made it rain money on Thursday night.

During the Rangers’ game against the Houston Astros in Texas, a man sitting in one of the front rows made an ill-advised attempt to catch a foul ball with his wallet in hand and sent money flying everywhere.

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To add insult to injury, he didn’t even come away with the baseball. Have a look:

Whether the fan had pulled out his wallet in anticipation of the Bud Light guy when the ball was hit or if he thought that using a glove was too mainstream, this clearly wasn’t his brightest moment.

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A resourceful A's fan reached out to make the grab with his hat, but it ended up in the grasps of a Rangers fan who was sitting behind him -- he was also trying to make the play on the foul As you can see, the Rangers fan acknowledged the fact that yes, the ball does indeed belong to the A's fan .

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At least the mishap wasn’t nearly as bad as this Dodger fan’s foul ball frolics.

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