Found June 18, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
Your browser does not support iframes.The futility of the Houston Astros goes well beyond the play on the field.Apparently, it extends to the fans and the stands, as well.Watch as one Astros fan gets tangled up in a row of empty seats while attempting to flag down a foul ball during sixth inning of Monday night's game against the Chicago White Sox.He remains stuck while his friends take in a good round of laughs at his expense. Anything that goofy looking deserves to be laughed at, though.The good news for this fan is he eventually got untangled and the lady who wound up with the foul ball gave it to him as a nice gesture, instead.
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