That's what the Cubs are saying after a grown man stole a baseball literally right from under a little boy at a game this weekend.
Footage captured the disgraceful incident during the Cubs match against the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field on Sunday.
A young Chicago Cubs fan has been rewarded with a signed ball after he missed out on one tossed to him by first base coach Will Venable during a game. He legitimately took a foul ball from a child after it landed in the stands. An adult then snatched it up.
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He spent three seasons with Bordeaux, scoring 23 goals in 96 appearances. And they've been left with egg on their face following the Malcom ordeal.
Fired up fans took aim at the man on social media for his despicable, selfish act.
The Cubs quickly made up for the highway robbery, giving the kid a ball signed by Javier Baez, so all's well that ends well.
You may have noticed that the kid has two baseballs.
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Sports reporter David Kaplan says that's because the video clip of the "stolen" foul ball that sparked such an uproar online didn't tell the whole story.
One person defending the move responding to the tweet, "I like this guy, and he's got a pair of incredible shades on".
"He had already helped that kid get a ball. All is well. Guy is A-OK so let it go people".
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Kyle Schwarber hit a tiebreaking solo homer off Mike Mayers (2-1) with two out in the sixth inning, and the Cubs broke it open with three runs in the eighth.