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Your honorary grandpa Lew Dunlap is officially defending his MVP at 2016 Rockies Fantasy Camp

Larry Walker ... Todd Helton ... Troy Tulowitzki ... Nolan Arenado ... Lew Dunlap. Each is a Rockies legend in his own right, but Dunlap might be the first to win back-to-back MVP Awards.

The 89-year-old former college baseball player became your idol and honorary grandpa last season when he appeared to take particular exception to a pitch that came a little high and a little tight at Rockies Fantasy Camp in Scottsdale, Ariz.


Dunlap's team went on to win the Rockies Fantasy Camp championship and he was named the camp's MVP. Well, it's finally time for Lew and his Scorpions to defend their title and it's safe to say he's back in MVP form:

The offseason was a productive one for Dunlap, who promised he'd work on his grounders and throwing to make sure he'd be in the best shape of his life for his 2016 title defense.