Adorable Great Grandmother Catches Foul Ball at Giants Game

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Virginia Smith knows how to raise kids and catch fly balls
As a mother of nine, a grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of 15, Virginia Smith has learned to never take her eye off the ball. And it paid off this week when she caught a foul ball at a Giants game with athletic grace.

Smith, a long-time Giants junkie, says she had her glove ready when she caught the ball hit by Colorado Rockies player Todd Helton in the 9th inning of Tuesday's game.

Here's a slow-mo video of what happened:

After watching that, it should come as no surprise that Smith played softball for 39 years. Her position was, you guessed it, shortstop.

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