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Daniel Robertson appreciated the help he got from a Rays fan on a foul popup

s its for a portrait during photo day at Charlotte Sports Park on February 18, 2018 in Port Charlotte, Florida. (Mike Ehrmann)

No matter how loudly you cheer on your favorite team -- or how loudly you boo the opponent -- you know you can only boost your team's chances of winning so much. That is, of course, unless you are sitting in the first row and a foul pop up is heading your way off the bat. 

The lucky Rays player who hit this popup and got an extra life of sorts, Daniel Robertson was certainly thankful for the fan's defensive effort: 

Here are some more highlights from the baseball social media world over the last week...
Phil Hughes may only be 31, but some of his organizational teammates have been watching him pitch for a while. That was a bit of a reality check for the Twins right-hander:

Dexter Fowler's Twitter mentions are good evidence that when you're a professional athlete, it's impossible to please everybody:

New Cardinals reliever Greg Holland made his season debut this week, giving us two Hollands on Major League rosters -- double dutch, if you will. This has created some confusion:

Joc Pederson is not intimidated by the Pro Bowl running back visiting the Dodgers clubhouse:

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Gurley got some backstage passes to the gun show

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Mariners prospect Braden Bishop doesn't need Statcast -- he's got his own, totally accurate calculations for his teammate Joey Curletta's home run:

Being a Major League player means you get to travel all over the country, but it also means you have to become an expect packer. Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams is really starting to figure that out:

White Sox prospect Dane Dunning is off to a strong start this season. Fellow Minor Leaguer Justin Paulsen is far more concerned about another skill: