Fans aren’t allowed in MLB stadiums during the COVID-19 pandemic, but rooftops across Wrigley Field are operating at 25% capacity (at a ridiculous price). And on Thursday night, a souvenir landed that way during the Cubs-Brewers game.

After a foul ball down the right field line, Cubs outfielder Steven Souza picked up the ball and fired it up to a rooftop across the street. Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo got a good laugh out of Souza’s move.

That’s an impressive toss from Souza, and a souvenir that must have been a big surprise to whichever lucky fan ended up with it.

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