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If you have that coveted front row seat even if it’s for a 4th place vs a 3rd place team hey its FRONT ROW!!  I know the Yankee name always draws a crowd but who on the Yankees is exciting right now?  NOBODY! The Twins are only in 4th because the White Sox are horrendous and on the verge of blowing up the team like all my jerk neighbors with their fireworks. Chris Parmelee has a never say die attitude.  Even though his team is getting crushed 9-1 in the 7th inning he gave a max effort to snag that fly ball. Check out the little kid in the yellow shirt, his face is priceless! The post Chris Parmelee Makes Spectacular Catch And Lands In The Seats! appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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