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A Detroit Tigers fan manages to snag a foul ball with his cap while holding on to his kid.
A prankster asks die hard fans at the 2013 NFL Draft about players that aren't even real, and they're more than happy to give their opinions.
Drew Stubbs hits a rocket to right field that causes a popcorn explosion.
After being given a foul ball by a generous fan, a young boy immediately throws it back onto the field -- much to the dismay of his family.
This fan won't let a pesky foul ball get between him and his beer.
Jayson Werth hits a home run and a fan catches it with one hand while holding a baby in the other.
A fan jumps out of the way of a Pete Kozma home run, only to have it drill his girlfriend in the head.
The NCCA Tournament is down to its Final Four: Michigan, Syracuse, Louisville And Wichita State.
Bill Murray takes a chunk of grass with his beautiful approach shot, then feeds the grass to a lucky fan.
A fan in the crowd realizes he's on the jumbotron and responds with an epic performance.
The following hilariously-accurate, beer-spilling headshot took place on Tuesday at a rugby game.
This is one of the best (and certainly one of the most inspiring) fan signs from an MLB game this season -- a woman who skipped chemo therapy to see Chipper Jones during one of his final appearances at Turner Field.
She's just here to cause trouble.
"Don't shave it, Keith.
Last week NOC brought you <a href="http://clipnation.com/nfl-fan-90-seconds/">Every NFL Fan in 90 Seconds</a>.
Every time Andy Dwyer has worn/said/done anything Colts-related during an episode of Parks & Rec I've found myself irrationally jealous of Colts fans.
Now we know what it's like to be Bryan Cranston: when he visits hospitals, random women feel perfectly fine approaching him to ask if he'd be willing to autograph photos of cancerous tumors recently removed from their daughters' vaginas. That's something he said actually happened to him recently on Letterman last night. Oh, and he brought a photo.