"The reason we posted was not to be famous, to get money, (to have) somebody to call us. ... No, the reason we posted is to show our kids that you gotta be humble with every single person in this world. And to show it to people who maybe didn't go to the stadium, the actions of these players," Bautista says. I'm hoping maybe the organizations, the NFL, or the owners of the clubs sit down with them.
"I've got employees ... If my employees say something wrong to a customer, I'd be like, 'hey, that's not right. You gotta be humble. You gotta be polite to people.'"
Bautista went on to say that he didn't have a problem with Lawrence not signing the autograph, just that he thought he was disrespectful to his son.
"You guys just beat us and you got my son, who has the guts to approach you as a New York Giants fan, and you disrespect him like that. ... I was like, man, I don't think that was right."
He added that it's not the first time he's told somebody they're wearing the wrong jersey, before offering an apology to the boy.
Bautista says neither the Giants nor the Cowboys have reached out to him, and he says they're not expecting them to.
TMZ reports that Overtime Athletics US is donating a signed Saquon Barkley jersey to the boy.