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"The 1st unwritten rule of ⚾️ is that if a player/coach specifically throws a ball to a fan, they get the ⚾️ whether or not they catch it".

Cubs first base coach Will Venable tossed the foul ball to a boy in the first row, but it rolled under the seat, and the man sitting behind the boy grabbed it.

Fans went nuts when the cameras caught a player tossing the young boy a ball.

"I spoke with people from the Cubs", he wrote.

According to Twitter, the little boy left the game with two baseballs, one from the Cubs and another from the adult fan. But the kid now has two baseballs, and one of them is signed, instead of two baseball with both unsigned.

"In fact, the man gave several balls to children in the same section and his wife as an anniversary present".

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'The young man has a game used ball and a Javy Baez ball.

Chicago Cubs officials confirmed the man had been generous during the match.

Luckily, the story has a happy ending because the Cubs saw what happened and had a signed baseball delivered to the child.

Chicago's "Sports Talk Live" host David Kaplan later tweeted that the Cubs told him the man who snagged the ball actually had helped the boy get a foul earlier. "All is well. Guy is A-OK so let it go people", Kaplan said.

"Television and social media read it the wrong way and made up a story".