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Catch Of A Lifetime: Vendor Snags Ball in His Beer Bucket During Game

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When this baseball beer vendor clocked into work, he expected a regular day at work. But this video tells a different story: an exciting catch, made all because of his handy dandy bucket!

As he was roaming the crowds serving beer at the baseball game, this vendor had his bucket atop his head — perfect for catching flying objects!

In a once-in-a-lifetime display of serendipity, this vendor caught a ball in his bucket.


Who needs a glove when you have a bucket #baseball #mlb

♬ original sound – CBS Sports


A ball, right in his beer bucket!

“Who needs a glove when you have a bucket,” captioned CBS Sports about the incredible moment.

This joyful moment took the entire crowd by surprise. It seemed like, no matter what team you were on, this moment was hilarious and epic for all witnessing. This beer vendor catch was a true moment of community at this baseball game!

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It’s a little bit difficult to tell from the clip what happened, but the crowd knew. You could tell from their reaction that something awesome had happened, so the camera people went back to zoom in.

The commentators wondered if he was trying to catch it and whether or not he was… he sure did!

What a special moment for the vendor and for the crowd. And thankfully, there’s a video this beer vendor can bring home to show his friends who won’t believe what happened at the baseball game.

crowd at baseball game
This image is from TikTok.

Folks in the comments were just as thrilled as the in-person crowd.

“Wow, I would call that the ultimate beer pong,” said one hilarious viewer.

This clip is a great reminder that amazing things can happen to anybody, even when you’re least expecting it. This vendor was just doing his job when he made everyone’s day!

The featured image for this post is from TikTok.

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