Found August 08, 2012 on NESN.com:

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Jeff Francoeur is probably best known for his free-swinging ways at the plate, but he seems equally agressive when it comes to snacks.

Francoeur wandered over to the right-field stands in the eighth inning of Tuesday's game in the hopes of making a play on a foul ball. He wasn't able to make the catch, but he did grab an opportunity to steal a quick bite to eat.

"Frenchy" reached into the front row and stole a handful of popcorn from an unsuspecting fan, who looked none too pleased at the right fielder's move.

 

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