Wrigley Field warns fans about catching foul balls

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On the jumbotron at Wrigley Field, the Cubs warn the fans that if they enter the field or interfere with a player during the game, it’s a felony.

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After the Cubs fan caught the foul ball while interfering with Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, the Cubs alerted fans to not attempt this act.

Cubs fan makes amazing one-handed catch while feeding a baby http://t.co/pkUdIb8L1v pic.twitter.com/Zgk5p39MlE — gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 24, 2015

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This Cubs fan didn’t get kicked out of the game or charged with a felony.

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