Incredible moment Diamondbacks fan with beer in hand almost DROPS his baby to catch a foul ball but sweeps her up before she hits the ground (and only spills a bit of his drink)
- The dad can be seen performing the incredible feat at Sunday’s baseball game between the Arizona Diamondback and San Francisco Giants in Phoenix
- With a beer in his right hand, and his baby daughter in his left, the dad reaches out to make the incredible catch
- The father appears to release the baby in mid-air and catches her and the foul ball
With a beer in his left hand and his baby daughter in his right, a dad can be seen on video performing what might be the ultimate feat of multitasking at Sunday’s Diamondbacks versus Giants baseball game in Phoenix.
Despite having both hands occupied, a foul ball was incoming, and the new father was not going to pass up the chance.
In an incredible triumph of coordination, the father, who has not yet been identified, can actually be seen releasing the baby in mid-air before grabbing the ball and then his daughter once again.
In an incredible feat of multitasking a dad can be seen catching a foul ball at a baseball game on Sunday with a baby in one hand and a beer in the other
Facebook user Matt Heaston shared the video, and couldn’t help but praise the skill on display
Incredibly, only a small portion of the beer is spilled, as onlookers can barely believe their eyes.
While he might not be father of the year, certainly his commitment and aptitude in juggling can be commended.
Matt Heaston, who shared the video on Facebook couldn’t help but acknowledge the skill on display.
The incredible catch took place at Sunday’s Diamondbacks versus Giants game (pictured)
‘This guy…. let go OF THE BABY momentarily to catch the ball,’ he wrote. ‘Then saved the baby and barely spilled a drop. Bottle didn’t even fall. Watch it again. All the faces of the people around them #babyhangtime.’
Others were equally impressed.
‘That dude is officially my new hero,’ wrote Chris Rogers.
Users on Facebook were also impressed with the man’s juggling act
‘That guy is a legend,’ posted David Costa.
‘Now that’s what u call good reflex… Dope,’ replied Joshua Montgomery.
And acknowledging the stunned bystanders and perhaps some sour grapes Lainey Orman wrote: ‘Old grandpa in the back is pissed lmao.’