Fumbling the Bag: The 20-year old kid who caught Aaron Judge’s 60th HR ball gave it back to the Yankees for free?
20-year old Michael Kessler may be the dumbest person alive. Last night, he and his friends attended the New York Yankees game and he ended up coming away with Aaron Judge’s historic 60th HR baseball.
Aaron Judge 60th Home Run
So what did this idiot do? Well, Michael Kessler decided to give it back to Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees. Why would Michael Kessler do that?
Because Aaron Judge “has given so much to the organization.”
In exchange, he and his friends got a few non-home run autographed baseballs and some bats.
Michael Kessler: Dumbest Person Alive
What an idiot.
According to Action Network, the baseball is estimated to be worth $50,000-$500,000.
Kessler isn’t doing the New York Yankees, a Major League Baseball team that’s worth SIX BILLION dollars or Aaron Judge who’s net worth is $10 million and about to be a whole lot more after this season.
Wake up Kessler! There’s people literally jumping on you to get that baseball. Comments are flying in on social media saying whoever got that ball is going to get PAID and you walked away with a baseball and a bat from Yankees batting practice?
This is why Gen Z stinks. Could you imagine being one of these kids and then logging on to social media afterwards and realizing that you just got taken to the cleaners by the Yankees and Aaron Judge?
Judge and the rest of the Yankees probably went back to the locker room and laughed at this dumbass for coughing up a huge pay day.
This kids parents? I would freeze all his bank accounts and make him go live in a Subway station and beg for change until he makes up for the minimum $50,000 lost from catching that home run ball.
The Yankees don’t care about you bro. Neither does the organization. You just gave them a hall pass instead of taking them to the bank and making them pay you for a dumb baseball.
This might be the worst case of “fumbling the bag” in the history of man kind.
And for those commenting saying that “not everything is about money” give me a break. Either you have no money and too dumb to make any so you roll out that dumb quote or you’re too rich to care about money. There’s no in-between.
Let this be a lesson to anyone that catches a piece of sports history: Take the organization for everything they have. They aren’t your friends and have more money than they can even count.
Don’t be like Michael Kessler.