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A Diamondbacks fan made an unbelievable one-handed catch while managing an infant in one hand and a beer in the other throughout the Giants game.
While life is excellent for basketball fans in Phoenix these days, baseball fans in Arizona havent had much to cheer for this season.
You might miss some of the finer details of the catch if you view it simply when. The fan actually dropped the kid to reach up to make the catch. With the ball in his left hand and a full beer in his right, he recovered rapidly to get the kid mid-fall. Props to the kid for keeping their bottle through all the mayhem.
The response of the fan in the black tee shirt and black hat states it all.
A Diamondbacks fan had probably the finest catch of the season for Arizona.
If just Arizonas play on the field was so well collaborated. The Diamondbacks lost to the Giants 5-2. They tracked 5-0 in the sixth before captivating the fans with a bit of a teaser rally in the bottom of the ninth.
Given that they managed a 5-3 win to start the four-game series with the Giants, they at least prevented the sweep against one of the very best teams in baseball this year.
Next up, the Diamondbacks will invite the Rockies to Chase Field for a three-game series. Theyll head to Los Angeles to fight the Dodgers before the All-Star break shows up.
Youve seen one-handed catches. Youve seen catches with children in the arms. Youve seen catches with a beer in hand. Dude let the child go, captured the ball, recovered the baby mid air, just spilled a drop of beer and the baby didnt drop the bottle.Legendary! The fan actually dropped the kid to reach up to make the catch.
This is the most remarkable daddy shit Ive ever seen. Dude let the child go, caught the ball, recovered the baby mid air, just spilled a drop of beer and the child didnt drop the bottle.Legendary! pic.twitter.com/b25m1gNX5v.
— Zooted Spitwell (@Zoo757) July 4, 2021.
The Diamondbacks are 23-63 with the worst record in the league.
Thankfully, Arizona fans were gifted an amazing emphasize from the stands on Sunday.
Youve seen one-handed catches. Youve seen catches with kids in the arms. Youve seen catches with a beer in hand. However this one took all 3 elements and integrated them into one amazing moment.