It was the moment dreams are made of. Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson fouled a ball toward the visitor's dugout. It then took a big hop and headed toward the next seating section. Waiting was Michael Kacer, a war vet who lost his left arm in a rocket attack in Afghanistan. He reached over the railing netting the ball in his cap. He immediately handed over the ball to his 13 yr old nephew, who by the way is a big Yankees fan, attending his first game. Kacer tells the Associated Press, "with all the media attention it's like a wild roller coaster ride". Check out the video and see what all the fuss is about. Very moving.