The Los Angeles Dodgers are down 3-2 to the Houston Astros in the World Series. With a must win game six tonight in LA the players are locked in for the task ahead. Dodgers star outfielder Yasiel Puig however took time out from this important moment in his career to honor a victim from the Las Vegas mass shooting.
TMZ Sports is reporting, Puig signed a baseball for victim Laura Shipp’s son Corey. Shipp was a life long Dodgers fan and Puig heard her story and decided to honor her and give that gift to her son.
It seems we are always vilifying athletes for missteps, sometimes rightfully so. But when they do good deeds we should highlight them as well.
Flip the page to see a photo of the autographed ball and Corey posing with his late mother.