Pirates Fans Goes for Foul Ball – Gets Face Full of Nachos

Yes, it was as messy as you think.



No glove, no problem.

This intrepid Pirates fan thought he could snag a foul ball off of Jung Ho Kang's bat Wednesday night at PNC Park. He also thought he could do it while balancing his just-purchased load of nachos and cheese.

He was wrong.

No harm done, except to the dude's pride perhaps. But at least he got a free t-shirt, courtesy of the Pirates.
 

 

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