After Sunday’s Dodgers-Giants game at AT&T Park in San Francisco, third-base coach Tim Wallach asked outfielder Matt Kemp to say hello to a disabled Dodgers fan along the third base line. Kemp met the fans, signed a ball and surprised the disabled fan by giving him his jersey, hat and cleats.
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