‘Dad Power’: A Dodgers Fan Catches a Foul Ball While Toting a Child and A Beer

As the Dodgers played the Cardinals over the weekend, the father demonstrated that he was the ultimate multitasker. This past weekend at Dodger Stadium, a star was born, but he wasn’t on the field!

During the Los Angeles Dodgers game on Sunday night, an MLB fan caught a foul ball with one hand, held a beer in the other, and supported his infant on his chest all at the same time.

As he summarized the situation, the game announcer said, “Dad’s making plays, nice.” “A beverage, a baby, and a baseball.”

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Many people on the internet applauded the incredible feat of “dad power,” with one user writing, “He’s MVP!!!” and another adding, “Not all heroes wear capes!”

According to MLB, the catch was made when Tommy Edman of the St. Louis Cardinals hit the ball into the second deck down the first-base line.

Cameras panned to the spot where the busy dad would make the catch when the foul ball landed. The entire section started cheering for the fan as a result, including another young child in her parent’s arms.

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Dodgers Fan Catches Foul Ball While Holding His Baby and a Beer

After defeating St. Louis 6-3, the Los Angeles team improved to 6-13 overall and 9-6 at home. The Cardinals currently have a record of 10-19, with a 5-11 road record.

“It appeared as though we produced every run today. According to ESPN, first baseman Freddie Freeman stated, “We were able to shift them across and drive them in. It was pleasant. Home runs are not always necessary to win games.