Baseball trains boys to be gentleman.

Via on Jul 21, 2011

No good deed shall go unrewarded…

“For the Generous Ian…”

Rewarding generosity by a young fan to a younger fan…that’s our American pastime.



ahahahahahahahahahahahahahah so cute:

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3 Responses to “Baseball trains boys to be gentleman.”

  1. Huh? says:

    Huh? Both of these kids get rewarded for acting like brats? I don't get it. Compared to most kids their age across the globe, they have a high level of privilege to even have these seats at a ballpark. For once they don't get what they want, throw a tantrum, and then get rewarded. Seems like the wrong lesson. They are learning to throw a tantrum instead of strive to catch the ball.

  2. Dax says:

    Joe is exactly right. Thanks for pointing out that 5 year olds are not tiny adults. "Huh?" seems to be the kind of person that tells litle kids to "suck it up" when they get hurt. Nice. Hope you're not a parent or a coach.
    I also agree about the douche in the Hurley shirt. We're all feeling really bad about your bruised hand. I kept waiting for him to turn around and give the kid the ball. Never happend. What a dumb-ass.

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