Dad Who Brings Son to 9 MLB Games in 10 Days is Dad of the Year

By Connor Muldowney
Dad of the Year
Image via Pittsburgh Pirates’ Twitter page

Every boy dreams of spending time with his father, learning how to play sports and be a man. There comes a time in every boy’s life when he grows up and looks back at the time he spent with his father, wondering if it was well spent or taken for granted.

This father is making sure his son Bobby doesn’t miss out on the father-son time that many people seem to forget or take for granted.

Check out this awesome picture the two took at the Pittsburgh Pirates game on Aug. 2:

The two made their first stop in Pittsburgh before heading to Boston the next day. As you can see, Bobby and his father made a pretty cool sign that showed their schedule of events. The sign states, ‘8 cities, 9 games, 10 days’ — a pretty cool way to spend a summer with your dad.

Posing as Pirates fans for the night, the duo looks to stay near the East Coast for the majority of the trip, even making a stop at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown on their day off.

While many parents take their children to a game here and there, this dad is making sure his son has the full experience and gets to see eight different cities along the way.

This is about far more than sports, it’s about a father bonding with his son in one of the most respected acts any dad could do. Well done, guys.

Connor Muldowney is a columnist for Follow him on Twitter @Connormuldowney, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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