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Watch: Men cheered as they kiss on the big screen during a baseball game

By Josh Haggis

Two men were cheered after they shared a moment on a ‘kiss cam’ during a baseball game over the weekend.

During a Los Angeles Dodgers game, the kiss cam, which picks random people in the audience and encourages them to kiss on the big screen, landed on a two men who were attending the game.


Steve Hartline, who was at the game and saw the moment happen, told The Gaily Grind that it felt “historic” and said he was happy to hear such an “enthusiastic response” from the crowd in the stadium.

I was at the Dodger/Diamondbacks game on Saturday evening at Dodger Stadium. Kiss Cam comes on, and after a few standard awkward couple moments, the camera focuses on two men. My natural instinct was this was for a gag/cheap laugh, but the two men turned to each other and kiss, indicating they are a real-life loving couple, not a punchline. Could this the first for a MLB game?

Either way, I’m glad I was there, as it felt historic, and was proud of the loud, enthusiastic response from the crowd. Not one person around me groaned or made derogatory remarks, and seemed genuinely pleased with the moment.

Watch the adorable moment below:


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