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NBC: Idiot Nearly Falls From The Stands Chasing A Ball At The Home Run Derby

NBCSPORTS.COM - Just days after Shannon Stone died from a fall while reaching for a baseball at a Texas Rangers game, a fan at Monday night's Home Run Derby nearly fell out of the outfield stands while lunging for a home run ball hit by Prince Fielder.  

He was spared serious injury or death only because his friends grabbed him by his feet, held him and then pulled him back as he dangled over the railing above a concrete deck 20 feet below.

That's him to the right. His name is Keith Carmickle, and common sense is not his forte. His fall came after he stepped up onto the narrow metal table which abutted the railing — the kind you stand in front of and set your drink on while watching the game — and then, while still standing on it, reached down low to catch the ball as it came in. >>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

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