Leave it to the Dodgers to go above and beyond in their community. Any fan in Los Angeles can certainly attest to that.
Per our friends over at AM570, a Twitter used named Megan Aronson reached out to the Dodgers with a request. Her son Kanon was bullied during the pandemic as the family had to move around a few times. The mother requested that the team wish him a Happy 11th Birthday.
Instead, the Dodgers took it a step further. The team reportedly called Megan and told her that they wanted to invite them to Spring Training. The Dodgers also wanted to give Kanon the chance to meet Trevor Bauer, because according to the mom, he understands what it is like being bullied as a kid.
That moment when the @Dodgers call & say they want to invite your son to Spring Training to meet Trevor Bauer @BauerOutage because he understands what it was like to be bullied as a kid too! ? Thank you Dodgers for making Kanon cry happy tears tonight. Can't wait! #kanonsbday https://t.co/QvQYvBG80W
— Megan Aronson (@MeganAronson) March 13, 2021
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