Found July 21, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
When you’re gloveless at a baseball game, the next best thing to use to catch a foul ball is your hat.  When you’re hatless, the next best things to catch a foul ball with are your bare hands.  And when you feel like rolling the dice, you can always try to catch it in your cup of beer like this lady did during Sunday night’s Yankees-Red Sox game. Not only did Missy Red Sox fan catch the ball, she let her dude friend take a sip with the ball still submerged.  Hey, whatever floats your baseball. via @cjzero [GIF via @cjzero]
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