Instead, the man steals the ball and continues to give handshakes all around.
Here's a scenario from this weekend: Cubs first base coach Will Venable tried to give a ball to a child sitting along the first-base line and, when the ball got away from the kid, a middle-aged man in the second row happily grabbed it. The guy behind him jumped on the opportunity, grabbed the ball and handed it over to his wife.
Despite incident, the Cubs gave the child not one but two baseballs - one autographed by Cubs infielder Javy Baez, who earned National League co-MVP in 2016.
"I spoke with people from the Cubs", Kaplan said.
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An adult baseball fan who was caught on camera keeping a baseball which was thrown to a little kid has copped it from social media for being selfish, but there seems to be more to this story than meets the eye.
The man also reportedly helped other children get baseballs during the game. But in the photos the Cubs tweeted, the boy had two baseballs.
This Chicago Cubs supporter is one of them.
Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez saved the day for one heartbroken youngster after they saw off St Louis Cardinals. But for those who criticized the widely circulated ball-scooping move, David Kaplan of Sports Talk Live said that the guy seen in the video helped the kid catch a foul ball earlier in the game. "All is well. Guy is A-OK so let it go people".