Posted in Sports by Peter W. Schramm
10:22 AM / September 16, 2009
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Like all good women, she knew there was something more to be made of her father's good fortune than his short-sighted ideas could encompass. If she had held the ball, he'd still have the ball. But the world would soon forget that. Because of what she did, he had the opportunity to demonstrate his virtue before the world. If he's not proved himself to be the best dad in the world with this episode, I don't know who has claim to that title.
Ooops, the video has been pulled. Something about "without the express written consent of Major League Baseball...."
I embedded a different version that MLB seems to be ignoring. Hopefully this one won't disappear like the last one did.
I told you she had a special kind of female wisdom and a sense for bringing honor to a man who deserves it . . . https://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/blog/big_league_stew/post/Phillies-daddy-daughter-duo-enjoy-moment-in-spo?urn=mlb,190220
Julie, I don't think that's what the dad was thinking. "MY BASEBALL!!"
Men always underestimate the wisdom of their female betters . . . I bet he has a different view now.