The Dodgers' Shawn Zarraga was all smiles when he entered an MLB dugout for the first time
Rather than acting cool, calm and collected, as if wearing a Major League uniform and standing in a big league dugout was no big deal, the Aruba-born catcher reacted like any of us would have if faced with our baseball dreams coming true.
While there's no guarantee how long Zarraga will get to live his big league dreams - he was called up to give the Dodgers a backup catcher before
A private jet was sent to pick Zarraga up in Oklahoma City and fly him to Burbank, where he was then whisked to Dodger Stadium. As the newest big leaguer told MLB.com's Ken Gurnick, "It was a 12-seater and it was just me and the pilot, but I got to sit next to him and that was cool."