Catching a ball in the stands at a baseball game is something many fans hope for.

At Chicago's Wrigley Field during the Chicago Cubs-Milwaukee Brewers Major League Baseball game Monday night, 65-year-old Mike Pullin got that chance.

When a home run hit by the Brewers' Mark Reynolds looked as though it was going out of the park, Pullin, who was in the last row of the left-field bleachers, stretched as far as he could without falling over the railing to make the catch. And boy was the crowd excited for the amazing grab by the former professional bowler from Rochelle, Ill.

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