Found September 29, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:
TEAMS: Miami Marlins

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The Miami Marlins have been a huge disappointment this season. They entered 2012 with a new lease on life that included a name change, a new stadium, a new look, and a plethora of new players to help revive the baseball culture in the Miami area. They forgot one important thing though, winning. Unlike the team he roots for, this Marlins fan didn't drop the ball when given an opportunity on Friday. Watch as he makes a great one-handed snag on a foul ball while securing all of his food and beverages with the other hand. That's clutch.

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