Found April 27, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
Your browser does not support iframes.A paper airplane took flight at Dodger Stadium Friday evening.The moment of landing, though, came in the bottom of the seventh, when the winged aircraft gracefully soared by Milwaukee Brewers southpaw Mike Gonzalez, and subsequently landed to the right side of the pitcher's mound.It was quickly removed by the home plate umpire before play resumed. But let us all stop and take a moment of silence to observe the beautiful flight of the airplane. It was truly a sight to behold for the brief time in which it lasted.
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