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LOOK: Adult and kid fans swap baseballs in the stands at Angels-Royals matchup

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Baseball can give young fans some special moments, and one of them happened Tuesday during a game between the Los Angeles Angels and the Kansas City Royals. At the end of the second half, Angels left-back Brandon Marsh flew out of the frame to Royals right-back M.J. Melendez outside the frame. After Melendez caught the ball, he decided to throw the ball into the stands, as many players often do. .

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When Melendez threw the ball into the stands, he was caught by an adult fan. After celebrating the catch, he tossed the ball to a much younger fan who was sitting a few rows away from him.

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The fan’s gesture of kindness was a special moment, but the story didn’t end there. The older fan probably thought he was leaving the game empty-handed, but he was wrong.

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In the bottom of the fourth inning, Angels first baseman Jared Walsh hit a solo home run to right field. Ironically, the younger cheerleader’s father caught a home run. After the young fan celebrated the catch with his father, he decided to repay the older fan. The young fan threw the second ball to the older fan, thus returning the gesture made earlier in the game.

Let’s take a look:

It was a truly special moment for both sides. It also didn’t hurt that fans enjoyed a very exciting game that ended with the Royals winning 12-11 in 11 innings.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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