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A classless fan at Thursday night's Toronto Blue Jays game threw a bottle of beer from one of the upper decks at the Rogers Centre onto the field, narrowly missing Baltimore Orioles left fielder Nate McLouth.
McLouth had just caught a fly ball at the warning track and was about to throw the ball back in when the bottle landed on the field no more than 3 feet from him. McLouth was very fortunate that he wasn't hit.
We hope the perpetrator was not only tossed out of the stadium, but thrown in jail for this despicable display of inexcusable behavior.
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You stay classy Toronto Blue Jays fan.
There are lots of excuses for bad fan behavior, but not much for this.
Watch the video below. Baltimore Orioles Leftfielder Nate McLouth makes a fantastic running catch on a foul ball, falling into the stands.
McLouth gets up, ready to throw ball back to the infield when a beer comes flying from the stands behind...
The Baltimore Orioles LF Nate McLouth makes a running catch of a sure Colby Rasmus double, then tumbles head over heels into the front row at Toronto’s Rogers Centre. The fans show disapproval trying to bait the ump into a safe call, then hurling a full cup at him. You would think the price of beer would discourage such behavior? Courtesy MLB.com / MASN:
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