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This is something you don’t see around the baseball world. It’s certainly something Milwaukee Brewers rookie Trent Grisham has never seen.

The outfielder was going up for a fly ball off the bat of Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Jacob Stallings‘ bat in the third inning of Wednesday’s game at PNC Park.

While Grisham made a heck of a try at it, the ball cleared the fence for a home run. After jumping over said wall to retrieve the ball, the youngster was taunted by some Pirates fans.

It might be the greatest thing you’ll see this week.

The one young kid legitimately went with the “no soup for you” finger wag. Grisham looked back in somewhat of a dumbstruck manner. Like, you really did that to me?

Good news? Milwaukee opened up a 6-1 lead halfway through the game. The bad news? Grisham will not soon forget that burn.

Vincent Frank
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