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Man Nabs Home Run Ball, Loses Wedding Ring

How many married men living in and around Chicago would consider catching a home run ball off the bat of Jorge Soler while losing their wedding ring a fair trade . . . well, at least until they arrived home from the ballpark?

 

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As the fan noted, the ring was safely retrieved and, as a bonus, Soler signed the ball, meaning his evening had a happy ending.

Or so we think.

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