It's no secret that parents are excellent multi-taskers -- when it comes to cooking dinner, answering emails, calming tantrums and helping with math homework, for example, they make juggling everything at once look easy. But holding a baby in one arm while catching a home run ball with the other? Now that takes some serious athletic skills.
In the video above, one dad steals the spotlight from the Washington Nationals' Jayson Werth when he catches a home run ball, barehanded, while holding his kid. It's awesome, but we don't recommend trying this one at home.
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that the ball was foul.
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