It’s pretty difficult to snag an autograph from a major league player, but if you wait in the rain, you might get a little something more.
That’s what happened to two young fans who waited for Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer.
It’s true, having good manners and patience can go a long way. Not to mention, those fans saw a top-notch game Thursday night, with Cleveland blowing out the Los Angeles Angels 14-4.
- Horizon's Kody Huff more than a rising baseball star
- Campo Verde's Kanani Hiapo thrives on volleyball court, in the classroom
- Raymond S. Kellis sophomore Chase Weaver balances leadership roles in sports, church
- Westwood's Brianna Anderson makes big differences with little actions
- Marcos de Niza kicker Krysten Muir using football success to build up others
- Arcadia High School's Grant Loftin leads in lacrosse and beyond
- Williams Field High School junior Lindsay O'Driscoll finds time to help others
- Scottsdale Christian's Christina Clark has dreams, reality of helping others
- Golf, piloting and helping others are Brody Burnell's passions
- Teddy bear drive, speeches help Emery Miller inspire children to overcome adversity
- Mike Trout received a birthday present unlike any other
- Austin Jackson’s over-the-wall catch blows Hanley Ramirez’s mind
- Diamondbacks acquire reliever David Hernandez from Angels
- Adidas turns a young fan’s drawings into a real uniform
- Cubs’ Willson Contreras meets fan with down syndrome on fan’s birthday