Cameron, who took home a ball from a game last season, was so sure that he’d get another souvenir that not getting that one was too much to handle, Shores said.“He thought he was going to get the ball, and it was so close,” he said.“And that’s why you got the unbridled emotion.” Kay weighed in after the boy got his ball, calling the couple “greedy” and “tone deaf.” “Yes, there’s a nice happy ending to that story, somebody saw the kid crying, somebody from the Ranger dugout, they tossed him a ball -- look at that grin,” Kay said. Oh my goodness, a little tone deaf there.” [pullquote] The couple, who have seven children between them and are getting married Saturday, said they later offered the ball to the boy and that they took offense at being portrayed as insensitive to kids.“And look at the greedy people next to him, just oblivious, ‘Oh, let’s make out while he has the ball, but we’ve got our ball.’ Unbelievable. They said Kay's comments have prompted angry calls to their house from strangers.That caught the attention of Yankees play-by-play man Michael Kay, who lambasted the couple - who have seven kids of their own - on air, calling them "greedy." But Shores told Fox the couple didn't realize what was happening until after the Rangers gave the boy a ball of his own later in the game. “After Cameron got a ball, they pieced it all together.
But then along came a shirtless Kip Moore getting icy water dumped on him by tourmate Cassadee Pope and I was powerless to stop myself from posting just one more video.
Born July 27, 1979, he has stated he got his first tattoo at the age of 18 and has been fascinated with body modification since childhood.
He currently wrestles for WWE on the Smackdown brand.
Now I know I shouldn't objectify an amazing singer like Kip by drooling over his half naked frame but lord have mercy.
The father of a little boy who broke down at a Texas Rangers game after not getting a ball tossed into the stands said the couple who got the souvenir was unfairly demonized by a Yankees broadcaster.