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Dad Chooses Souvenir Baseball Over Toddler [Video]

You would think the choice would be easy, right?

During a recent Marlins-Mets exhibition game a New York outfielder hit a ball over the right center field wall, into an area where several fans were viewing the game. As soon as that ball hit the grass, there was no doubt that this dad wanted that souvenir ball…a lot! That’s not necessarily a bad thing, unless you’re on a pretty steep hill and you let go of the wagon that your toddler is in.

Watch the guy who probably won’t get much for Father’s Day below.

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It ends well in the fact that the little guy wasn’t hurt. On the other hand, dad did not end up with the souvenir ball, but it looks like he did end up in big trouble with his wife!

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