Found July 03, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
A cameraman at Chase Field caught a foul ball during Monday night's Arizona Diamondbacks game against the San Diego Padres.


In the sixth inning, Padres batter Cameron Maybin hit a foul ball into the first base stands, and the cameraman positioned in the front row of the mezzanine caught it with his two bare hands.

Before getting back to work, the cameraman was nice enough to give the ball to a kid.

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