Found September 11, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Your browser does not support iframes. An elderly woman seated in the upper deck of AT&T Park to take in the San Francisco Giants-Colorado Rockies tilt on Tuesday made the play of the night after snagging a foul ball during the ninth inning. Armed with a glove — perfectly acceptable for a woman her age […]The post Older lady catches foul ball at San Francisco Giants game (video) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

WATCH: Elderly lady at Giants game makes great catch of foul ball

Grandma uses her glove to snare a foul ball off the bat of Todd Helton in the ninth inning at AT&T Park. Making awkward white guys everywhere feel really bad about themselves. Your browser does not support iframes. **Follow us on Twitter, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return to BobsBlitz.comFollow us on Twitter. Subscribe or Return to Bob's Blitz.

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