Watch this fan get super excited after catching Freddie Freeman's home-run ball
As one gets older, one often becomes less excitable. Many of the events that were sources of emotional highs in our youth -- birthdays, concerts, a vacation -- become commonplace over the years. Some things, however, never lose their ability to excite.
During Freddie Freeman's first-inning home run in the Braves' Wednesday loss to the Nationals, one fan showed that catching a baseball at the ballpark is one of those experiences that always produces excitement:
He had to put down his water bottle so he could hold the ball with two hands because, when you get a possession that valuable, you don't want to lose it.
Eric Chesterton is writer for Cut4. He particularly enjoys bunts against the shift, stolen bases and celebrating his birthday with mascots at the ballpark.