Found August 26, 2012 on
A fan attended Friday night's Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park wearing a T-shirt that read "THIS IS MY LUCKY SHIRT". That may have actually brought the fan some luck, as he managed to snag a foul ball hit by Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera.
It happened in the bottom of the sixth as the "lucky" fan in the right field stands reached over several other fans to snag the ball with his glove.
So, how much was that shirt?
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