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Jorts Dad prioritizes souvenir over child's safety

Bruises and cuts heal, missing out on a baseball lasts a lifetime. SB Nation's GIF Tournament V

What's the first lesson of organized sports? NEVER TAKE YOUR EYE OFF THE BALL. Therefore, we can't really fault this father for trying to make a play and completely forgetting that his son was in a wagon... on a hill... with no brakes.

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ROLL DAMN BABY!

This is an onion of a GIF. It has all the layers... all of them.

- The wistful glance back at where his child once was, only to see the wagon gone.

- Mother yelling to save the child.

- Kid at the fence who has no desire to move a muscle.

- JORTS DAD IS SMILING AS HE SAVES THE CHILD FROM CRASHING INTO A FENCE

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