Found June 24, 2013 on Diehardsport:
This San Francisco Giants fan showed off his athleticism on this incredible leaping grab after Miami Marlins’ Justin Ruggiano’s solo blast.  The fan lost his beer in the process and managed to throw out a “f*** you” as he tossed the ball back into play.  Definitely a solid effort on the play by the fan, but probably not worth the risk of injury or dumping your beer since you weren’t going to keep the ball anyways. [MLB.com]
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