Baseball Fan Has A Strategy For Catching Foul Balls The Detroit Tigers' season-ticket holder broke his personal record on Monday — catching five foul balls in a single game. His secret? Showing up on foul weather days means fewer fair-weather fans.

Baseball Fan Has A Strategy For Catching Foul Balls

Baseball Fan Has A Strategy For Catching Foul Balls

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The Detroit Tigers' season-ticket holder broke his personal record on Monday — catching five foul balls in a single game. His secret? Showing up on foul weather days means fewer fair-weather fans.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. The only thing left to do for one Detroit Tigers fan is catch a home-run ball. That's after he broke his own personal record Monday by catching five foul balls in a single game. He caught the first four in the first two innings. Then in the eighth, he caught his fifth foul ball. His secret - showing up on foul-weather days means fewer fair-weather fans and grabbing the chance to sit where nobody else is around. It's MORNING EDITION.

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