There are certain fan etiquette rules, especially when it comes to baseball:
1) If you're legally able to vote, don't bring a baseball glove to a game.
2) Don't wear a flat-brim cap unless you were born after 1990.
3) Let kids have first dibs at balls hit into the stands.
Numbers two and three were violated by some loser at the Pirates/Cubs game last night:
The man, who appeared to be in his late 50s, "trucked" a kid who was trying to grab a ground-rule double that bounced up into the stands. While the kid looked to be OK, he seemed to be pointing to a scrape he suffered on his arm.
I'm not sure if the guy was the kid's dad, or a total stranger, but regardless, you should never take a kid to the ground for a baseball.
By the way, nice Pirates t-shirt tucked into your jeans and flat-brim cap, guy.