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Sport Gregorius makes awesome gesture to fan who caught his grand slam

02:05  07 october  2019
02:05  07 october  2019 Source:   12up.com

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Didi Gregorius hooked a slump-busting grand slam during a seven-run third inning and the New York Yankees pummeled the Minnesota Twins again, cruising to an 8-2 victory Saturday for a 2-0 lead in their New York Yankees' Didi Gregorius follows through on his third-inning grand slam Saturday.

Boone was quickly made to look prescient. The shortstop rewarded his manager’s faith in the third inning Gleyber Torres followed with an RBI single to make it 3-0, then Duffey -- who was one of the best relievers in Gregorius also became the fourth shortstop to hit a grand slam in the postseason

Didi Gregorius is probably the nicest guy in all of baseball, and he might even be the nicest player in all of sports. He plays the game with passion and joy, and he takes great pride in giving the fans the best experience they could possibly ask for when they come to the stadium.

a baseball player holding a bat on a field: Divisional Series - Minnesota Twins v New York Yankees - Game Two© Emilee Chinn/Getty Images Divisional Series - Minnesota Twins v New York Yankees - Game Two

He really gave the fans something to be happy about with his ALDS Game 2 grand slam. At the end of the Yankees' 8-2 win, though, the shortstop asked the fan who caught the ball, Joseph Rezza, if he could have it. Rezza obliged, and Didi promptly took the ball, signed it, and gave it back.

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Didi Gregorius crushes a grand slam to right field, giving the Yankees a 7-0 lead in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Tune to FS1.

NEW YORK — Didi Gregorius hooked a slump-busting grand slam during a Manager Aaron Boone had predicted that if Gregorius could just find a hole, big hits might follow. Sure enough, Gregorius squibbed an infield single in his first at-bat before lifting his homer into the second deck in right field.

That's the type of character you just love to see in a player. Gregorius, who's in the middle of an intense stretch of playoff baseball, took the time out of his night following the game to make this baseball just a little bit more memorable for Rezza.

While most players would be eager to get their hands on the high-profile home run ball, Gregorius only wanted to put his autograph on it, making the moment that much more special for the fan who was lucky enough to walk away with the piece of MLB history.

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Didi Gregorius hit a grand slam in the third inning to lead the Yankees rout over the Twins in Game 2 - Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg thanks left fielder Juan Soto for making a catch . Didi Gregorius hits a grand slam against the Twins in the third inning. (Photo: Andy Marlin, USA TODAY

Didi Gregorius is the type of baseball player every team would love to have. He has the fan's interest at heart, and you honestly can't ask much more out of a guy off of the field.

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a group of baseball players standing on top of a field: Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel (10) reacts as he scores a run on a single hit by catcher Martin Maldonado (not pictured) against the Tampa Bay Rays in the seventh inning in game two of the 2019 ALDS playoff baseball series at Minute Maid Park on October 5, 2019.

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