Susan 2, Bill 1 (sort of)
I have been attending Major League Baseball games, primarily at Wrigley Field, since the late 1970s. My seats have been near the back of the upper deck, club box seats right behind the dugouts, and out in the bleachers. I've even had excellent seats in other parks. During these games, I've had foul balls scream past me, and home runs land just out of reach. Susan snagged two in the last two seasons.
On Thursday during the White Sox/Tigers game at Comerica Park in Detroit, one of the White Sox popped out to left field to end the inning. All of the fans along the third base side rose to their feet and screamed for the ball. The left fielder tossed it over to Curtis Granderson, the center fielder. As he returned to the dugout, he flipped the ball into the crowd. I know I was close, but I had the camera in my hands. As I turned, sure enough, Susan caught it. She had a slight wrestling match with the fan to her right, but she walked away with the ball.
Last season, she had a similar situation at the then-named Jacob's Field in Cleveland. Back in early April, I shared the story of my first ball at a Minor League game in Florida.