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Your browser does not support iframes.Minnesota Twins reliever Jared Burton inadvertently gave away a souvenir ball during Monday night's game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.Burton was simply warming up in the bullpen when a return throw from his catcher sailed over his head and into the nearby stands. Luckily, nobody was hurt, but the fan decided to keep the ball anyway for their troubles.Burton pauses for a moment as if he is going to attempt to retrieve the ball, however, quickly aborts his pursuit and instead reaches for another baseball out of a seemingly endless supply.
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The Minnesota Twins organization has given outfielder Brandon Boggs his release. Struggling to hit above the Mendoza line in Triple-A Rochester this year, it is possible that he can latch on somewhere else.
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