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Rob Gronkowski stunned his ex-teammates by denting Lombardi Trophy with a baseball

For The Win logo For The Win 4/17/2019 Andy Nesbitt

Rob Gronkowski is no longer a member of the New England Patriots, as he retired last month, though he did leave a lasting impression on the franchise… as well as it's sixth Lombardi Trophy.

In a funny video produced by the team, we get to see how Gronk shocked his former teammates before their celebration at the Red Sox's home opener last week.

Gronk held the Lombardi Trophy in his hands like it was a baseball bat and asked Julian Edelman to throw a pitch with a baseball. His teammates hilariously recounted how they thought he wasn't actually going to try to hit the ball but then once the pitch was thrown he squared around for a bunt and… hit the ball.

The ball left a huge dent in the trophy. You gotta see this:

Classic Gronk. What a way to go out.


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