Army Dad Surprises Family With Homecoming During MLB Game

Matt Saintsing
June 15, 2018 - 3:38 pm

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Grab the tissues, because this military homecoming is going to warm your heart and let loose the waterworks.

The Milwaukee Brewers have made a point to honor United States servicemen and women during games at Miller Park in Wisconsin  At a game earlier this week, the Morrison family was called down to the field to honor husband and father Colonel Jay Morrison, who has been serving in the Army for 23 years and has recently been deployed overseas since July of 2017.

But his family had no idea he would waiting behind them to give them the surprise of a lifetime.

When Jay’s son Trey realized his dad was there with them, he immediately burst into tears.

The unbelievable moment left the entire stadium emotional and overjoyed for the much-deserved homecoming -- leaving the Brewers no choice but to make an epic A League Of Their Own reference...

Yes, yes there certainly is. 

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