When 12-year-old Ryan was handed a foul ball by one of the team's ball girls, he immediately turned around and gave it to a little girl named Reese sitting in the row behind him.
“I think that's one of the nicest things I've seen at the ballpark all year," team broadcaster Jerry Remy said on NESN.
Later in the game, NESN sent a reporter to speak to the boy.
"I've seen people do it before and I thought it's a nice thing," Ryan said. "And it's good to make people happy."
Ryan's generosity didn't end with the foul ball. When he was given a gift bag for being such a good sport, he reached inside, pulled out a bracelet and handed it to Reese.
The Sox may be in last place in the American League East, but Ryan is first when it comes to class.