Logan Morrison played some pregame catch with a kid -- on the actual field of play
A handful of times so far this season, we've seen some downright heartwarming moments take place at the ballpark when players play some catch with fans in the stands.
So far, we've seen it involving a young Yankees fan and Aaron Judge at Yankee Stadium and Mike Trout and an Angels fan at Angel Stadium. It's also now happened two times at Globe Life Park in Arlington, after Logan Morrison did so prior to Monday night's Rays-Rangers game.
The twist: This time, LoMo physically brought the kid onto the field of play for some catch as the Rangers' starting lineup was announced. He didn't just throw the ball to the young man in the stands. That's really something:
After the game, which the Rays won, 10-8, Morrison explained to MLB.com's Bill Chastain that the kid, Kell Clendenin, is the son of a friend of Morrison's aunt, Sherry.
Talk about an all-time baseball memory for young Mr. Clendenin, right?