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Neither Red Sox limited parter Jeffrey Vinik (right) nor his son Danny had ever caught a foul ball from their front-row seats before. The senior Vinik was well-known for running Fidelity's Magellan Fund. He started his own company, Vinik Asset Management, in 1996 and is currently a limited partner of the Red Sox. 'It was unbelievable,' said the young Vinik. 'Just seeing it up there, sticking my hand out there, and it just landed in my hand. I don't remember really what happened. Just unbelievable, amazing.'
Father and Fenway's favorite son
Neither Red Sox limited parter Jeffrey Vinik (right) nor his son Danny had ever caught a foul ball from their front-row seats before. The senior Vinik was well-known for running Fidelity's Magellan Fund. He started his own company, Vinik Asset Management, in 1996 and is currently a limited partner of the Red Sox. "It was unbelievable," said the young Vinik. "Just seeing it up there, sticking my hand out there, and it just landed in my hand. I don't remember really what happened. Just unbelievable, amazing."
(Boston.com Photo / Steve Silva)