Found April 06, 2013 on Outside the Boxscore:
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When catching a foul ball at a Major League Baseball game, most of the time it seems that the person who catches the ball is the most excited. However, the below video shows us that sometimes the fan sitting next to the person who catches it gets more excited. During yesterday's Texas Rangers/Los Angeles Angels game, Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler fouled off a pitch in the sixth inning and a Texas fan wearing a Kinsler jersey made the play. Check out how excited the woman next to him got after he made the play: (Courtesy of The Outside Corner)
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