It almost certainly has to be someone from this website. IP address indicates it was from Chico, California. On February 28, 2006, the Angels traded Callaspo to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for pitcher Jason Bulger. Arizona wanted him because of his innate ability to shag fly balls. He was known to do spinning catches in left and randomly pop up from behind the mesh nets at second base to catch a ball. The reason why the Angels traded him was because during a pre-game ceremony first pitch, Callaspo sprinted out of the dugout and took the ball away from the man being honored. He proceeded to throw the pitch home to Auggie Ojeda for a strike but the damage had already been done. Callaspo was forced to attend counseling for his ceremonial first pitch stealing disorder. (Sometimes referred to as Pete Smith Disorder). Even though he has issues with this aspect of pre game ceremonies, he is great at everything else. He has been featured as the "Play Ball Kid" while Arizona was on the road. Toward the beginning of each year, teams hand out awards. Callaspo would always serve as the guy to give his teammates their gold glove, silver slugger, and MVP awards. Controversy arose when a Rawlings Gold Glove award he handed out to then teammate, Orlando Hudson, was actually discovered in the back seat of his car in the ball park parking lot. Hudson proceeded to look at his gold glove and it was realized that it was actually a Wilson glove spray painted gold and super glued together.