New Tee-Ball Trophy For Giants Fan

The Giants turn what must have been a terrible week into a good for a little boy who loves baseball.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The celebration in San Francisco's streets following the Giants' World Series victory started off peaceful but quickly turned raucous and violent, as revelers vandalized police cars and businesses and pelted officers with bottles. Mark Matthews reports. (Published Thursday, Oct 30, 2014)

    It's something a lot of little boys dream of: playing baseball when they grow up.

    One little boy, from Northern California, took that dream seriously - even going as far as sleeping with his tee-ball trophy.

    But, on Sunday, four-year-old Zach Bryan lost his beloved trophy when his home in El Dorado Hills burned down.

    After hearing the story, Lou Seal and the Giants went to bat for the youngster - by replacing his trophy and giving him signed baseballs and a new mitt.

    The young slugger even got to meet some of the players - and watched yesterday's winning game from box seats at AT&T park.