The entire PFBL attended a Rockies game at Coors Field. They were playing the Royals.
In the top of the 5th inning, I left my seat to go buy some nachos. In that same 5th inning, none other than George Brett entered the game as a pinch hitter. He wrote a #5 jersey, but for some reason the name on the back said "Schmidt."
My constitutional for nachos took a pause. Brett singled in the at bat, but not before lining a foul ball into the right field seats, where I happened to be standing. The ball deflected off of a few empty seats and bounced right to me. I pounced on the ball and discovered that it was actually a softball! The seats it had glanced off of had cut a couple of rips in it.
Looking back at the game, the PA announcer informed the crowd that the first MLB at bat featuring a regulation softball had just taken place. Brett, now on first base, took his lead off of the bag with flair--he was moonwalking! The pitcher quickly threw over to first, but Brett made it back safely.
As I made my way back to my seat, the inning ended. Rather than retreating to the dugout, Brett bypassed it and went up into the stands, eventually reaching the concourse. I made my way to him and convinced him to autograph my softball. He then took off in the direction of a beer stand.
I returned to my seat and showed off my prized souvenir, unconcerned that I didn't end up getting any nachos.