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On Friday night the Arizona Diamondbacks held off a late rally from the Cincinnati Reds. In the bottom of the seventh Cincy outfielder Spencer Steer went up to try and rob Tommy Pham of a three-run home run that would've effectively put the game away. Steer very nearly pulled it off... if not for a young Diamondbacks fan who robbed him of his home run robbery...
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GeorgeWinter10 months
Steer wanted to be a hero, but the fan became a villain.
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TheOcean10 months
Ole brayden knew he fricked up
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JackieTreehorn10 months
Serpientes. For fricks sake
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6R1210 months
Move fans back/higher, or change this rule bc it sucks to kick someone out bc they caught the ball.
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jatilen10 months
Throwing out a kid who obviously didn't do it on purpose? How petty!
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gatorhater0810 months
They kicked the kid out of the game? Wtf
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soccerfüt10 months
Larry, you rob literacy from the English language.
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GusAU10 months
Larry is actually correct this time.

Steer was trying to rob Pham of a HR and the fan robbed Steer of that opportunity.

Therefore, the fan did rob Steer of a home run robbery (can't believe I'm defending Larry...lol).

And I really think that it is absolute BS that the kid was ejected.
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