Let this be a lesson to everyone: Do not blatantly steal a foul ball from a kid, especially on national television.
So, in the end, a Cubs fan got a great memory and the Cubs got a great win over an arch rival, defeating the Cardinals 7-2. It was then that, during outfielder Ian Happ's at-bat, a foul ball flew its way into the right-field stands.
People on social media, including MLB-owned accounts, were not happy with this. The Cubs later delivered two baseballs to him, one of which was signed by All-Star second baseman Javy Baez.
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However, a later report suggested that the man gained notoriety based on the case of misunderstanding.
The good news? Javier Baez ultimately provided the young fan an autographed ball after realizing what happened. So, who's the real victor?
The mother of the child who missed out on the ball in the video, also supported the man and released a statement through the Cubs, clearing him of any wrong doing. "But that goodwill went out the window because the ballboy specifically tossed the ball to the child in the front row".
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But David Kaplan of NBC Sports Chicago and WMVP-AM 1000 tweeted Sunday night - seven hours after the incident - that Cubs sources told him the video clip didn't tell the full story.
"I spoke with people from the Cubs", he wrote.
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