A Yankees fan snagged a foul ball in his hat as though that's what hats are meant for
Hats were designed with a specific purpose in mind: to be worn on one's head and/or to hold a teammate's bubble gum. One thing they were not designed to do, however, is catch baseballs. So it's not really a surprise that, when some intrepid soul tries to reel in a foul ball with his headwear, something like this might happen:
One Yankees fan, however, reimagined the very possibilities of our wardrobes. During Tuesday's 8-4 loss to the Rockies, he didn't just snag a one-hop Trevor Story line drive with his hat -- he did it as easily as if it were an extension of his hand.
If that fan wanted to play right-field using solely his hat, would anyone really doubt him?