Outfield ball boy leaps at wall to rob Frazier at Derby
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This guy is going to feel horrible when his adrenaline wears off.

With Todd Frazier trying desperately to chase Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton's 20 home runs in the final round of the Home Run Derby, one bold kid absolutely robbed the Chicago White Sox third baseman of a homer with a leaping catch at the wall.

"The umpire said they weren't gone," Frazier said of the robbery after the event, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick. "But if it had come down to it, you would have seen me yelling. If I was one or two away, we would have had to go to replay. I'm not going out like that."

To be fair, that was a pretty solid catch. But, come on, kid!

Outfield ball boy leaps at wall to rob Frazier at Derby
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