LA Dodgers Pitcher Plays Catch With Young Fan in the Stands 01:13

A young boy an experience he wont soon forget, when South Korean pitcher Ryu Hyun-Jin engaged in some pre-game throwing practice with the fan. According to the poster, the boy, whose jersey reads Deuce, got to keep the ball. Kid, I think you have a future in baseball! 

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