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VIDEO: Phoenix native, ASU alum Eric Sogard's daughter very sad after her dad's team loses

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Posted at 4:42 PM, May 16, 2017
and last updated 2017-05-17 02:32:14-04

Every sports fan had these moments as a kid (and sometimes an adult): Your favorite team loses in a manner so heartbreaking that it brings you to tears.

Well, it was even more personal for one little girl whose dad happens to play for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Eric Sogard is a Phoenix native who attended Phoenix Thunderbird High School and played baseball at Arizona State University. He currently plays second base for the Brewers, who lost a tough 6-5 decision to the San Diego Padres in 10 innings on Monday night. 

Sogard hit a home run in the top of the 10th inning, but Hunter Renfroe hit a walk-off two-run homer in the bottom of the inning to lift the Padres to victory.

This development did not sit well with Sogard's daughter, who seemed confused as to why the other team won in a video posted by Sogard's wife Kaycee after the game.

Kaycee reminded their daughter that there's always tomorrow, and she even dropped the famous Tom Hanks line from "A League of Their Own": There's no crying in baseball.

The 30-year-old Sogard has seven years of MLB experience. He spent his first six pro years with the Oakland A's before signing with the Brewers in December.

Sogard's daughter was likely a much happier camper Tuesday night, as her dad had four hits, including a pair of doubles, to lead the Brewers past the Padres 6-2.

But if that didn't make her feel better, we're pretty sure these treats courtesy of the Padres did.