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Daring fan attempts catch at MLB home run derby

In the second time in less than a week, a fan has gone over a railing trying to catch a ball at a major league baseball park. The latest incident happened during the home run derby in Phoenix, Monday night.

Fresh after the tragedy in Texas, Keith Carmickle, from Kingman, Ariz., leaned forward to grab a ball hit by Milwaukee Brewer Prince Fielder.

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Keith Carmickle, from Kingman, Ariz., is held by his feet as he reaches for a ball in the outfield bleachers during the Major League Baseball All-Star Game Home Run Derby in Phoenix, Ariz., on Monday.

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Fans hold the legs of Keith Carmickle, from Kingman, Ariz. as he nearly fell over a railing trying to catch a ball during the MLB Home Run Derby on Monday, July 11.

Several photographers captured the man dangling by his legs.

After taking the photo above, photographer Michael Chow said "It almost happened again. Luckily he had friends that caught his legs before he dropped. Not too smart. Plus, he dumped a $10 bucket of popcorn for a $5 ball!"

He shared his thoughts on Sportsshooter.com, a website popular among sports photographers.

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Fans hold the legs of Keith Carmickle from Kingman, Ariz. as he nearly fell over a railing trying to catch a ball during the MLB Home Run Derby Monday. Photographer Michael Chow is on the far right.

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Keith Carmickle hangs over the railing above the pool deck after falling over in an attempt to catch a ball during the 2011 State Farm Home Run Derby at Chase Field on July 11 in Phoenix, Ariz.

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