Father and son from Oak Creek went to the Brewers game they didn't know they would become a part of history. In fact when an usher handed them a home run ball hit by Christian Yelich they only thought they'd scored a nice souvenir. An inning later, the boy found out he was holding part of baseball history.
The young boy met Yelich at the entrance to the Brewers' clubhouse after the game to make a trade with the Brewers MVP Candidate. Thy boy and gave up the historic baseball for a handshake and a signed bat.
"That was pretty cool of him," Yelich said. "He really didn't have to do it."