Hateful Hipster Steals Grand Slam Ball From Young Boy’s Glove

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A beanie-wearing hipster was caught on camera snatching a home run from a young fan’s glove Sunday during the Kansas City Royals’ 15-7 game against the Padres at Kauffman Stadium.

The explosion came courtesy of Juan Soto, who hit a grand slam in the seventh inning.

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During the broadcast of the match, the man – dressed in a spandex shirt, natch – collided with the young Royals fan decked out in the team’s hat and matching t-shirt.

The blast seemed to land in the boy’s glove before our heroic hipster snatched it away. The boy and another youngster looked stunned when the man in the beanie ran away with his ball.

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According to the New York Post, former Royals minor league pitcher Daniell Tillo said the millennial jerk did “exactly the same thing” at a baseball game last week in Oregon.

But the Post reports that the ball thief appeared to drop a Nick Pratto home run late in the fourth inning.

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According to reports online, the ball thief is believed to be some sort of entertainer named Mark Kirsch, who is a Padres fan. He’s doing something called Man vs. Impossible.

The happy ending is that the Royals were mortified when they learned of the incident and loaded the child with lots of gifts and other treats.

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