Dive For Pop Fly Sends Baseball Fan's Nachos Flying Chicago Cubs shortstop Addison Russell fell into the stands as he was going for the ball. A Cardinals fan's nachos were a causality. Russell later made good and brought the fan more nachos.
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Dive For Pop Fly Sends Baseball Fan's Nachos Flying

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Dive For Pop Fly Sends Baseball Fan's Nachos Flying

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MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. The Cardinals were down a few runs to the Cubs last night, prompting one fan to seek solace in a huge plate of nachos, which might have helped if Cubs shortstop Addison Russell hadn't dived into the stands in pursuit of a foul ball, spilling said nachos all over the fan, the field, his own arm. Russell did come back bearing a fresh plate and posing for a selfie, thus proving the old adage, no use crying over spilled nachos. It's MORNING EDITION.

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