Found May 21, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
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One of the great things about marriage is that you have someone that you can share moments for the rest of your life. Back on Sunday, one Chicago Cubs fan was attempting to catch a home run ball in the bleachers and accidentally spilled some beer on his wife sitting next to him. After the first beer was spilled, the man's wife got revenge and she spilled her beer on him: Your browser does not support iframes. (Courtesy of MLB News)
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