People at ballparks often fight over foul balls, but not very often do they kindly hand them to a complete stranger.
But that's exactly what happened Friday night at Fenway Park.
In the bottom of the fourth inning of the Boston Red Sox's game against the Toronto Blue Jays, catcher Christian Vazquez knocked a ball foul, and the ball girl handed it to a young boy. However, that boy immediately turned around and gave it to the younger girl behind him.
NESN announcers Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy were so astounded by the boy's generosity that they sent sideline reporter Gary Striewski to the stands to give him two baseballs and get an interview.
If this doesn't restore your faith in humanity, we don't know what will.
There is no better feeling for a young child than nabbing a baseball at a major league park.
However, this young boy in Boston passed it up and paid it forward in a big way.
It was such a surprising gesture that the girl's mother couldn't hide her shock and amazement at the selfless act.
Slick move, kid, you've got a bright future.
My close family call me Mimi, you will too. A 53 year old black female with many thoughts and opinions. I am vocal and passionate. I was raised old school and am proud to know most children that I had any influence over are carrying on the right way. 'Please, Thank You, Yes Ma'am, No Sir'. Divorced a couple times and no children of my own. I have lived a full and diverse life. Well educated and very liberal a Baptist raised in the church. I hope my posts, information, and opinions in my blog inspire you to open up a conversation. Pass along the usually hidden unheard of and unknown facts of how life is being lived today. Welcome to my thoughts....