Man Catches Home Run While Holding Baby To Become Most Powerful Dad Alive
By Cam Tyeson
July 24, 2018
Some Dads were born great. Other Dads have greatness thrust upon them. And some Dads – one Dad every so often – attain such powerful levels of greatness that all Dads before them can do naught but kneel in reverent fear.
To wit, we present unto you: This bloke. The newly crowned King of Dads.
Sitting in the stands in an otherwise uneventful Major League Baseball game between the hometown Philadelphia Phillies and the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers, this hero, this champion, this lord among lords, saw his moment in the sun thrown upon him thanks to a looping swat from Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco that soared into the right field stands.
Cradling a newborn baby – presumably his – in his left arm, and with the Home Run ball drifting to that side of his body, most men would be content to simply ensure the small child remains safe and cheer on their childless seatmates in their attempts to reel in the catch.
Not this guy.
Not this guy.
WITH CHILD IN HAND! #SCtop10— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) 11:22 PM - Jul 23, 2018
Incredible. Simply incredible stuff, that only gets better the more you watch it.
That’s a back-handed, bare mitt catch; instinctively pivoting his body to extend the right hand out, all while manoeuvring the child out of the way of errant hands and flying beer from the surrounding areas.
It sticks dead centre of the right hand. No juggling. No bobble. No two grabs at it. Whammy. Straight in.
He does it blind-sided; he twists his body away from the path of the ball. The ball even drops through a coat, tossed into the air by some asshole three rows in front in an attempt to knock the ball down.
And he does all of this while cradling a child who, judging by the size of it, was probably still in the womb when the game started.
This isn’t just peak Dad. This is Ultimate Dad.
The Dad of Dads. The one true Weekend Warrior.
None greater. None surpass. All hail the mighty Old Man.
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Officer Shaves Homeless Man’s Beard So He Can Get A Job
July 24, 2018
A video captures the cop helping the citizen get cleaned up for a new job.
A woman in Tallahassee, Florida caught a police officer going above and beyond the call of duty to help a citizen get back on his feet. She was sitting in her car and saw Officer Carlson with the Tallahassee Police Department shaving a man’s beard in a gas station parking lot. When he was finished, the man left and the officer went inside, so the curious woman went inside the store to ask about the interaction.
The unnamed woman offered to buy Carlson a drink and asked why he shaved the man. He told her he was next door at McDonald’s when he overheard a staff member telling the man he couldn’t start working at the restaurant until he shaved his beard. So the kind-hearted officer bought clippers and offered to shave him right there. Afterwards, the man went back to Mickey D’s to land the job.
She was so impressed with Officer Carlson’s kindness, she sent a video of the touching scene to the police department, which they shared on Facebook. “I am so proud to live in a community where our deputies and officers are such wonderful people,” the woman says. “Good job Tallahassee Police Department.”
Source: Good News Network
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