FROM GOAT TO HERO: THE MAN WHO SAVED MAIKEL FRANCO’S FIRST HOME RUN BALL FROM THE JAWS OF EVIL

In case you have a job, or kids, or something, you may not have seen this apparent thievery of a woman who has been dubbed by the media “a cute, sweet, old, lady/granny.”  Now on first look combined with immediately jumping to conclusions, then this guy is the worst.  But if you watch the entire video you’ll get the full story.

WTPh?!?  She put on a Diamondbacks shirt??  You betray your God-given team because you lost out on a baseball???

SMPhH...disgusting...

SMPhH…disgusting…

Why didn’t she tell them they could take that shirt and shove it????

That’s the most treasonous traitorous action I do believe I’ve ever seen.  Obviously this “poor, little, old lady” didn’t even remotely deserve that ball.  Thank all the gods that this man was there to keep her undeserving hands off such a prized piece of Phillies history.

God Bless You, Sir!  You are now a finalist for the 2015 Kim Batiste Goat-to-Hero Award.  You also could join these fellow true phans in the Displaced Phan Hall of Heroes.  Hopefully, someone did the right thing and bought this guy a beer after he saved the day.

OUR HEROES!!

THE DISPLACED  PHAN HALL OF HERORES

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About Displaced Phan

Displaced Phan is a Philly Sports obsessive residing in places not named Philadelphia. Send Lager, soft pretzels, and Tastykakes.
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One Response to FROM GOAT TO HERO: THE MAN WHO SAVED MAIKEL FRANCO’S FIRST HOME RUN BALL FROM THE JAWS OF EVIL

  1. terilyns says:

    LMAO Only you would make her look like the bad guy.

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