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Dad Abandons Baby Carriage for Baseball [VIDEO]

Sometimes sports fans gets so into the game that they forget what’s going on around them, even if that means they’re child is in a carriage on a hill next to them.

Chris Young of the Mets hit a ground-rule double that went over the fence against the Marlins during a spring training game in Florida. When the ball gets hit over the fences in a ball game, the natural reaction of the fans is to go for the ball.

Unfortunately, for one fan, the dad forgot that he was also in charge of holding onto his son’s baby carriage. Fortunately, nothing happened to the young boy and the only thing that he wound up with was a fun ride down the short hill.

What stupid things have you done with your kids?

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