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Mookie Betts did something special for a group of homeless people just hours after Game 2

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Boston Red Sox right fielder, and likely AL MVP, Mookie Betts went 3-for-4 and scored a run in Boston's victory over the Dodgers in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night.

But what he did a few hours after was even better.

Former Boston Red Sox second baseman and current Boston sports radio host, Lou Merloni, shared this photo and information about Betts' postgame gesture to a group of homeless people:

We're going to choose to believe this story, as it sounds exactly like something Betts would do. The Boston Public Library is pretty close to Fenway Park, too.

That's as classy as it gets.


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