Whether you agree with it or not, tradition dictates that if you're a Chicago Cubs fan and you catch an opposing home run at Wrigley Field, you need to throw the ball back. That's why Cubs fan Mike Pullin came prepared to Monday's game and showed us twice just how slick he is.
First of all, Pullin, 65, made a great catch on a Mark Reynolds home-run ball in the second inning of the Cubs' 3-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. He was sitting in the last row of Wrigley's bleachers and reached over the railing to make the catch — essentially like an outfielder making a grab over the wall. It's a catch that many men half his age wouldn't have made, so Pullin deserves plenty of props for that alone.