1-Year-Old Boy Steals Show After Trying To Eat Mickey Moniak’s 1st Career Home Run Ball – CBS Philly
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A young fan took the program at the Phillies’ video game Wednesday afternoon when the young child attempted to consume a crowning achievement ball that entered into the left-field stands.
It was Phillies centerfielder Mickey Moniak’s very first profession major-league crowning achievement, however it was 1-year-old Eddie Sharkey who took the program at People Bank Park.
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Somerton resident Mike Sharkey initially captured that crowning achievement ball. He provided it to his child Mikey, and due to the fact that Mikey is such a large sibling, he handed the ball to Eddie.
Eddie did what the majority of 1-year-olds would do. He continued to put it in his mouth. However you might see mommy, attempting to avoid that.
“I tried to get it away from him as soon as I saw it going toward his mouth,” Krissy Sharkey stated. “So, hopefully, it didn’t even get to his mouth.”
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That ball was unique and it’s traditional for MLB gamers to keep their very first crowning achievement balls. So, the Phillies struck an offer with the Sharkey household.
“The kids got a bunch of Phanatic stuff, Philly Phanatic stuff,” Krissy Sharkey said. “They were very excited to see him and they gave us tickets to see another game and a signed ball.”
That deal was pretty sweet.
The household may even get a signed ball from Moniak himself.
But the Starkey’s are team players too and even their littlest fans will continue to support the Fightin’ Phils.
“Go Phillies,” Mikey stated.
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Krissy Sharkey says the Phillies have their contact information, and Moniak may send the household a signed ball.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.