Leave it to a 65-year-old former professional bowler sitting in the last row of the bleachers at Wrigley Field to make the catch of the day on Monday.
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And then pull off the fast one of the day.
Keeping the souvenir for himself, Mike Pullin drew applause from the Cubs’ faithful when he threw a chewed-up dog ball back onto the field instead of the ball blasted by Milwaukee's Mark Reynolds.
In a word: Fetching