Found May 27, 2012 on Holdout Sports:

A Minnesota Twins fan made a great one-handed grab of Justin Morneau's home run ball in the second inning of Saturday's game at Target Field against the Detroit Tigers.



The fan was in the right field stands holding his beer in his right hand and his jacket with his right arm, but still managed to catch the ball barehanded with his left hand. Nice job.

Video via MLB.com.
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