I'm not a big fan of throwing the ball back into the stands after a homerun.  I think it's a pretty lame tradition in baseball.

But yesterday, a Cubs fan proved that throwing the ball back after an opponent's homerun can be quite entertaining.

It happened in the 9th inning of the San Francisco's 13-7 victory over Chicago in the first game of their day-night doubleheader sweep.

The Giants' Miguel Tejada hit a homerun to the leftfield bleachers at Wrigley Field. The fan not only grabbed the homer without a glove but then proceeded to throw it back onto the field - the infield that is!

The ball landed in the infield on one bounce and then continued toward the Giants dugout.  The Cubs sure could use that guy in their outfield!

Watch it here: