Anonymous Good-Deed Doer


Source of Screenshot (The Good Samaritan is on the right wearing the striped shirt):–mlb.html

On 1 September 2013 at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, the Diamondbacks played the San Francisco Giants. Diamondback outfielder Gerardo Parra tossed a game into the right-field stands. Two boys were waiting to catch the ball, and the older boy with long arms caught it, disappointing the younger boy with short arms. Fortunately, a third boy witnessed the younger boy’s disappointment, and he gave the younger boy a shiny souvenir baseball — the souvenir baseballs are not inexpensive. Broadcasters witnessed the good deed, put it on the air, and made sure that the third boy got a game ball. (The third boy also respectful handshakes from fathers in the stands watching the game — and the good deed.)

For Further Information: David Brown, “Upset kid at Diamondbacks game gets souvenir ball after all.” Big League Stew. Yahoo Sports! 2 September 2013–mlb.html

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