This baseball player spilled a fan’s nachos and what he did next is super cool
Addison Russell always pays his debts.
A baseball player has made up for spilling a fan’s nachos in style – by buying him new ones and presenting them to him during the game.
When attempting a tough catch past the foul zone during Monday’s game against the St Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs fielder Addison Russell knocked over an opposing fan’s nachos. Instead of standing up with ball in hand, he ended up with a fist full of nacho cheese.
After the collision, Russell can be seen requesting a towel to clean the nacho cheese off his hand.
All’s well that ends well, though. Later in the game, Russell kindly replaces the fan’s nachos, shaking hands with him and posing for a photo. Not bad considering the Cubs and the Cardinals are two of baseball’s bitterest rivals.
After the game was over, Russell shared his thoughts on the incident. It probably helped that his team went on to win the game at the Busch Stadium in St Louis.
Who put that wall there? Great win Cubbies #W— Addison Russell (@Addison_Russell) September 26, 2017
Fans loved the tweet, responding enthusiastically.
Can't beat fun at the old ballpark. pic.twitter.com/6lq5Ip7moq— Steve Bayorgeon (@SteveBayorgeon) September 26, 2017
If this story left you peckish, you’re not the only one.
Can you buy me nachos too pls— skrugga⚡️ (@lokeline) September 26, 2017