Found May 08, 2013 on Bonfire Impact:
PLAYERS: Todd Frazier
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Cincinnati Reds third baseman, Todd Frazier, promised the team’s bat boy, Ted Kremer, a home run and hit in the sixth inning in the Reds game against Seattle. Kramer, who is life time fan of the team with  Down syndrome,  was the bat boy after his parents bid on the opportunity at a charity auction. “He is so funny,” Frazier told “He said, ‘come on man, hit me a home run. I love you.’ And I said ‘I love you, too. I’ll hit you one.’ It was great how excited, that look, I started smiling before I even hit home plate.” Frazier also said this about Kremer, “”He’s such a great guy… Even if you have a terrible day, you can’t be mad with a guy like that around.”   Click here to read more.   Photo courtesy of Andrew Mascharka Photography

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