Dad Holding Baby Casually Robs Dodgers First Baseman Of Foul Ball

Dad Holding Baby Casually Robs Dodgers First Baseman Of Foul Ball

As if not winning a World Series since 1908 isn’t embarrassing enough, the catch of the Cubs season just came from none other than a dad casually hanging onto his baby rather than someone on their payroll.

7-month-old Isaac, seemingly unfazed by his dad’s relaxed attitude toward his well-being, dangled from dad Keith’s arms as he snatched the ball right out from Adrian Gonzalez’s glove.

Between last week’s Blackhawks Stanley Cup victory, Father’s Day, and tonight’s legendary catch, you could say this Cubs fan is having himself a killer summer thus far.

Did they end up calling fan interference on the catch? Yeah, but he’ll be walking out of Wrigley with a smile on his face as opposed to another storied fan who cost the Cubs an NLCS game in 2003 while interfering with a ball in foul territory. We’re looking at you, Bartman.

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Will deFries

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