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During the bottom of the fourth inning in the Indians-White Sox game, a fan caught a bouncing ball down third-base line in his beer cup.
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Andrelton Simmons turns a difficult play to maintain the Braves' lead over the Mets.
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Jalen Jeter acknowledges the crowd with a tip of his hat.