What's buzzing:

Big League Stew

Man uses cap to save baby from foul ball (VIDEO)

Kevin Kaduk
Big League Stew

Say what you will about the new caps of the Miami Marlins, but one actually ended up a hero during Tuesday night's game against the Astros. Well, maybe the guy who used the cap to stop a foul ball from hitting a small baby was the actual hero, but I wouldn't miss this opportunity if I were in the team's merchandising department. ("Baby-saving caps for sale!")

Here's the video of the catch. It's a little hard to see, but you can hear Marlins team president David Samson doing a little play-by-play as it unfolds. And there's no way he'd ever intentionally deceive us.

Right?

Want more baseball fun all season long?
Follow @bigleaguestew@KevinKaduk and the BLS Facebook page!

Other popular content on the Yahoo! network:
Shine: Sue Falsone, L.A. Dodgers' first female trainer, defies convention
Video: Little League umpire's hilarious over-the-top call
GrindTV: See fishermen go berserk after 40-pound barracuda jumps in their boat

View Comments (613)
  • Arrowhead, Kauffman stadiums' food service fires manager

    A food safety manager at Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums in Kansas City says he was fired after complaining about dirty conditions. Jon Costa shared with ESPN's ''Outside the Lines'' a letter that he said came from his former employer, Aramark. … More »

    AP - Sports - 4 minutes 56 seconds ago
  • Sam: Many gay players, some contacted me

    Sam: Many gay players, some contacted me

    Michael Sam says there are ''a lot'' of gay players in the NFL and some have reached out to him. … More »

    AP - Sports - 7 minutes ago
  • U.S. game will flourish after Serena: WTA leader

    By Mark Lamport-Stokes (Reuters) - Just as American writer Mark Twain described premature reports about his death as "greatly exaggerated", doom and gloom about U.S. women's tennis is way off the mark, according to WTA chairman and CEO Stacey … More »

    Reuters - 7 minutes ago
  • INTERVIEW-Tennis-U.S. game will flourish after Serena-WTA leader

    By Mark Lamport-Stokes March 26 (Reuters) - Just as American writer Mark Twain described premature reports about his death as "greatly exaggerated", doom and gloom about U.S. women's tennis is way off the mark, according to WTA chairman and CEO … More »

    Reuters - 11 minutes ago
  • Beijing pledges free internet, optimum use of 2008 venues

    Beijing pledges free internet, optimum use of 2008 venues

    By Karolos Grohmann BERLIN (Reuters) - Beijing's Olympic experience and infrastructure are key in delivering a successful 2022 winter Games, senior bid official Wu Jingmi said on Friday, pledging also free internet during the event. The bid's … More »

    Reuters - 13 minutes ago