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Little boy stops random man in the street to play baseball, has no idea he's an actual MLB pitcher

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Oakland A's reliever Sean Doolittle was walking his dog when a young fan, who happened to notice the A's bandana the dog was wearing, stopped him and asked if he would play.

The best part? The kid had no clue he was facing a Major League Baseball player.

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Doolittle is currently on the DL recovering from a left shoulder injury, but this style of baseball is perfectly fine to play. It actually led to a few pretty heart-warming moments.

Unfortunately for Doolittle, the kid did hit an imaginary home run off of him. But this is one home run that shouldn't hurt too bad.

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