There is just something about baseball that brings out the best in it's true fans. I'm not talking about booze hounds that go to get loaded and fight. I mean parents and their kids, people that go to witness history and all around lovers of America's Past Time. This Wednesday a kid in Arizona Diamondbacks game was tossed a ball by Brewers second baseman Ricky Weeks. He dropped it and another kid got it. When a security guard told that kid how sad the other kid was he gave him the ball.
The Diamondbacks announcers were so impressed, they gave him four free tickets, an autographed bat, and brought him up to the booth.