Entertainment Sports Dad Impressively Catches Foul Ball While Feeding His Baby at Cincinnati Reds Game — Watch Jacob Kingsley made the play of the day when he caught a bouncing foul ball that came in his son's direction during a Cincinnati Reds game on Tuesday By Jason Hahn Jason Hahn Jason Hahn is a Human Interest and Sports Reporter for PEOPLE. He's worked at PEOPLE's Los Angeles Bureau as a writer and reporter since 2017 and has interviewed the likes of Kobe Bryant, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Brady. He has a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University. He previously worked for Complex Magazine in New York City. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 27, 2022 03:58 PM Share Tweet Pin Email While the Cincinnati Reds came up short during their home game against the San Diego Padres on Tuesday, one fan went home having made the play of the day. Dad Jacob Kingsley caught a foul ball while bottle-feeding his baby during the fifth inning at Great American Ball Park. A video posted by the MLB showed the ball — hit by Padres catcher Luis Campusano — flying into the seats behind third base. After landing in the stands and bouncing once more, Kingsley rose from his seat and caught the ball with his right hand while his left hand held on to his young son's bottle. "Nice job!" commentators said after seeing Kingsley's catch. "While feeling the baby! Wow. Hold's the bottle, no spillage, baby in perfect bliss, and a souvenir!" "That's sensational!" the commentators added. See This Padres Fan Catch a Foul Ball in Full Cup of Beer — and What She Does Next Will Impress You After the game, Kingsley told Jim Day of Bally Sports Ohio that "safety" was the main thing on his mind while making the catch. "[I] saw the ball pop up, and just wanted to keep him happy, so I did my best to protect him at the same time," Kingsley said. "I reached the hand up, had some fierce competition, but it ended up happening great — but baby first." Chicago Cubs Fan Successfully Catches Ball in His Beer Cup and (Obviously) Chugs It to Celebrate "[And he] probably didn't even know what was happening," he added. "This will be a great memory to share with him, it's his first Reds game so we have the certificate there too, so it will be awesome." Kingsley's wife, Jordan, said she had kept her eye on the balls all game to ensure their son, Shepard, wouldn't be hurt. RELATED VIDEO: Grandmother Surprised with World Series Tickets "[Kingsley] took the job seriously," she said. "Baby's happy, I'm happy, and I'm just impressed — I'm like, 'who is this man?!' "