"Love him madly," the "Chicago Med" actor gushed on Instagram.
"Raising him right!" an announcer said.
The MLB executive sent the uninvited texts while working for the Chicago Cubs.
The device was spotted over the left-center stands just as Willson Contreras came to bat.
"C is for Cubbies," yelled the famous Sesame Street Muppet at a Chicago Cubs game.
The actor was accused of staying seated during a military salute at Wrigley Field, but he insists he did rise.
The 35-year-old pitcher set the record on Wednesday when he took the mound for the Toronto Blue Jays
NBC Sports analyst Doug Glanville said he wasn't aware the gesture was made during his live broadcast.
"We have to get this guy in baseball," one team executive said.
Cubs fans feel betrayed after leaked emails show billionaire Joe Ricketts knocked Islam as "a thing of evil" and Muslims as "my (our) enemy."