Nephew of Reds' Ryan Hanigan makes spectacular catch in stands
The brohter-in-law and nephew of Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan teamed up to make a spectacular catch of a Joey Votto foul ball Friday night at Yankee Stadium.
Baseball skills apparently run strong in Ryan Hanigan's family.
Check out this catch by a fan from Friday night's Reds game at Yankee Stadium on a foul ball by Joey Votto:
It turns out the boy who made the catch is the nephew of Hanigan, the Reds' catcher. The man who lifted the boy is Hanigan's brother-in-law, according to Jim Day of the Reds' pregame show on Fox Sports Ohio.
Hanigan told Day that he was going to get the ball signed by Votto for his nephew.
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