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Q: Who hit the first fan in the stands with a home run ball?
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Is a baseball caught in the stands an out?

If it is caught by the player in the stands with no interference (such as a fan tipping the ball up), it is an out.


Does the fan get to keep a home run ball?

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If a baseball is hit deep into the stands and is caught by a player who reaches his glove into the stands to catch it is it considered a home run?

Well no becasue the ball is still in played unless it hit the groud,floor,bench if the player gets the ball in to the glove in the air is still in played for a OUT!! AND ALSO no it is an out unless there is fan interference in which case it may be ruled a ground rule double.


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Do NFL players get fined for giving balls away to the fans and if so how much?

If a NFL player hands a ball to a fan after scoring they do not get fined by the League. However If a player throws the ball into the stands, they will get fined by the NFL. Throwing the ball into the stands consitiutes a Fan Safety/Crowd Control Violation, as is may cause a fight to break out in the stands. In January of 2013 two NFL players, Frank Gore and Michael Crabtree, were each fined $ 10,500 for throwing the ball into the stands after scoring. NO if they score on a TD then there allow to give fans balls. If Its not a TD and you give it away then yes you are fine and could be a Delay of Game. Most players keep them and give it to fans after the game if they want along with their game attire.


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What happens if a fan catches a fair ball in baseball?

The ball hit into the stands is beyond the limits of the baseball field, and is therefore considered a home run. In order for the caught ball to be counted as an 'out', the catch would have to be made on the field area and by a legitimate player of one of the two teams. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The ball is ruled dead and the umpire will award any bases or charge any outs that, in his judgment, would have occurred without the interference. There is a fine line between the ruling of fair play and spectator interference. The rule is the stands belong to the fans and the field of play belongs to the player. If the player has to lean over a railing into the stands to make a play on a fly ball and a fan interferes, there can be no call of spectator interference. If a fan leans over a railing into the field of play and interferes with a fielder making a play on a fly ball, the umpire will call spectator interference and the batter will be out and most probably, the fan will be ejected from the stadium. There could be two scenarios to your question. One would be a high fly ball that the fielder can get under and make a play on. The other would be a line drive that the fielder could not get back to make a play on. For the first scenario, the high fly ball, the batter would be called out. On the second scenario, the line drive, the umpire would make a judgment and award the batter the base that he would have 'normally' advanced to had there not been spectator interference.

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