Snaring a foul ball

Harmon Killebrew, playing  third base, reaches into the stands to catch a ball off the bat of the Dodgers' Johnny Roseboro in the fifth inning of Game 2 of the 1965 World Series. The Dodgers won the series in seven games.
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Harmon Killebrew, playing third base, reaches into the stands to catch a ball off the bat of the Dodgers' Johnny Roseboro in the fifth inning of Game 2 of the 1965 World Series. The Dodgers won the series in seven games.
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