Tsuyoshi Wada receives early payday, finds credit card in foul territory

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Wada finds credit card in foul territory at Petco Park.

After striking out the side in the third inning, Cubs pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada found a credit card in foul territory at Petco Park.

Wada, who was called up from Triple-A on Wednesday, received an early payday from a fan. The 34-year-old will earn $4 million this season, but the fan who left Wada the credit card thinks he deserves more.

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Wada said he didn’t recognize the name on the credit card so he decided to hand it over to the security guard. Someone will want to cancel their missing credit card in the near future.

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