See the moment a young boy's heart was broken by cruel fan

25 July, 2018, 17:11 | Author: Ellis Copeland
  • Two Cubs fans are getting a lot of slack after taking a ball that was thrown to a kid

Major League Baseball outfit Chicago Cubs have given a signed baseball to a child after a man was caught on camera snatching up a game ball the young fan had dropped. However, the ball got away from them and fell behind their seats, where a heartless man took the souvenir and gave it to what one could reasonably assume to be his girlfriend or wife.

Another man who said he was sitting next to the fan who picked up the ball explained that the boy had "already had a ball" during the game.

The Cubs tried to make it up to the boy by giving him a ball signed by All-Star infielder Javier Baez.

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One person defending the move responding to the tweet, "I like this guy, and he's got a pair of incredible shades on. But that goodwill went out the window because the ballboy specifically tossed the ball to the child in the front row". Mycoff said the man had also given two other foul balls to children in the section.

Chicago's "Sports Talk Live" host David Kaplan later tweeted that the Cubs told him the man who snagged the ball actually had helped the boy get a foul earlier. "The fact of the matter is, he got balls for three kids". As you can see below, the whole goal of the Cubbies was to provide this young kid with a tremendous souvenir.

"Television and social media read it the wrong way and made up a story".

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