The Chicago White Sox beat the Seattle Mariners, 7-5, in probably the wackiest game of the season thus far. After both teams failed to plate a single run through the first 13 innings (13 innings of shutout baseball), the Sox had seemingly put the game out of reach by scoring five runs in the top of the 14th.
However, this marathon still had some real legs. Chicago closer Addison Reed gave up one run, and then the history-maker: According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Kyle Seager became the first Major League player ever to hit a game-tying grand slam in extra innings with this jack over the right field fence in the bottom of the 14th.
Obviously, this historic ball would make the ultimate souvenir, and this man was not about to let some little kid snake it right from under him.
So this older guy just straight up barrels right through the kid in probably the classiest (#sarcasm) move we’ve seen in quite some time. Just wait 10 seconds into this video and enjoy.