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Young Texas Rangers Fan Cries After Neighbors Keep Ball [VIDEO]

So much for everyone in the great state of Texas being full of Texas hospitality.

After first baseman Mitch Moreland tosses a ball into the stands during one of the New York Yankees – Texas Rangers game a young fan erupts into tears as his adult neighbors land the prize, and instead of doing the right thing and giving the ball to the child, they keep it for themselves.

Yeah, there’s no written law saying you should hand the ball over to a nearby toddler who was reaching for it as well, but I’m fairly confident it’s an unspoken rule.

You have to enjoy the tongue lashing Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay delivers to the happy couple.

However the best part of the video comes at the end when someone from the Rangers dugout see’s what is going on and tosses the upset youngster a ball of his own.

Thanks to Yahoo! Sports for the video.

 

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