Three-year-old Cameron Shores, a Texas Rangers fan who cried when he wasn't given a foul ball at a Yankees-Rangers game, was the focus of controversy when Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay decided to chastise the fans who had caught the ball instead. Sean Leonard and Shannon Moore, who had caught the ball, were accused by Kay of flaunting the ball in the sobbing toddler's face.
Shannon Stone, a 39-year-old firefighter in Texas, took his young son (8 or 9 years old) to the Athletics-Rangers game last night at the Ballpark in Arlington. In the second inning, Texas outfielder Josh Hamilton collected a foul ba... Read Post
When Sean Leonard and his fiance, Shannon Moore, attended their first Texas Rangers game last night, they had no idea they would soon create national news for appearing to take away a foul ball from—and then taunt—a crying boy sitti... Read Post