MLB's craziest fan provides the best sporting Vine ever

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This season in the MLB we have seen plenty of entertainment but none of the action quite compares to this little beauty of a vine from a kid dancing on the fan can.

All we know is that the kid was at a Florida Marlins game in the MLB. When was the actually dance in question? Nobody really knows yet. It's been said that it was from last weekend, but some have also suggested that it was from earlier in the season.

What we do know is that the Vine above is hilarious and will have you laughing on a loop for hours.

Fan cam dancing is not new

Dancing fans on camera is not a new thing, with teams in North America particularly loving a bit of fan action during dull moments in games.

During American sports such as baseball, hockey, basketball and football there are plenty of moments when no actual play is taking place. To keep fans interested, many sports teams partake in a highlight the fans marathon.

At hockey games it's well known that some teams call this the kiss cam, but more and more we are seeing the dance camera.

This is better though

The Vine above is one of the greatest things to come out of Florida that's for sure, but is it as good as this video from a fan cam dance?

This particular fan cam opportunity is more of an awesome fan dance as we see a young kid take on one of the security staff in an insane dual.

Check it out. 

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