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It is a foul ball. Beyond 1st or 3rd base, a fly ball is determined to be fair or foul by where it first touches the ground. Since it would have first touched the ground in foul territory, it would be a foul ball.

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Q: A fly ball heading to left field goes over third base fair but the winds take it foul in left field and lands foul in left field is it fair or foul?
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