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Woman catches foul ball in beer cup, then chugs the beer

08 June, 2018, 07:41 | Author: Candice Daniels
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A San Diego Padres fan became a ballpark favorite Tuesday night during the team's game against the Atlanta Braves.

Gabby DiMarco is becoming a hero among baseball fans by doing what's appropriate.

Gabby DiMarco got a little more than she bargained for when Braves outfield Ender Inciarte sent a pitch straight at her - and into her full brew.

Comeback king Zverev and Djokovic into French Open quarters
Thiem called their upcoming quarterfinal "the matchup most fans in Germany and Austria were hoping for when they saw the draw". The 98th-ranked Putintseva was trying to become the first player from Kazakhstan to advance to a Grand Slam semifinal.

As she lifted her cup above her head DiMarco noted that fans began to urge her to chug the drink, and like a champ, she obliged them. In her beer. Then, she did the right thing - the only thing - and downed it.

She catches the ball in her cup, celebrates and drains the cup.

"It bounced from behind me, I was trying to catch it all, and it landed in my cup", she said.
Everyone around her encouraged her to drain the beer, but do you really need to be told to do that?

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