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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Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi of the Red Sox celebrate each scoring a run on a hit by teammate J.D. Martinez (not pictured) against the Dodgers on Oct. 24 in Boston. The Red Sox won 4-2.
The Dodgers' Cody Bellinger catches a fly ball by Boston's Ian Kinsler in between Enrique Hernandez and Chris Taylor on Oct. 24 in Boston.
J.D. Martinez of the Red Sox hits a two-RBI single against the Dodgers on Oct. 24 in Boston.
The Dodgers' Kenta Maeda throws against the Red Sox on Oct. 24 in Boston.
Boston's Craig Kimbrel pumps his fist after defeating the Dodgers on Oct. 24 in Boston.
The Dodgers' David Freese tags out the Red Sox's Mookie Betts on Oct. 24 in Boston.
The Red Sox's Andrew Benintendi makes a leaping catch against the wall on a hit by the Dodgers' Brian Dozier on Oct. 24 in Boston.
Cody Bellinger of the Dodgers reacts to striking out against the Red Sox on Oct. 24 in Boston.
Andrew Benintendi of the Red Sox singles against the Dodgers on Oct. 23 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Red Sox won 8-4.
The Dodgers' Brian Dozier forces out the Red Sox' Steve Pearce on a fielder's choice.
The Red Sox's Eduardo Nunez reacts as he runs the bases after hitting a three-run home run.
Eduardo Nunez of the Red Sox is congratulated by his teammate Mookie Betts after his three-run home run.
The Dodgers react to a seventh inning home run by Eduardo Nunez (not pictured) of the Red Sox.
Eduardo Rodriguez pitches in the seventh inning against the Dodgers.
Yasmani Grandal of the Dodgers draws a walk against the Red Sox.
Jackie Bradley Jr., Andrew Benintendi, Mookie Betts, and Xander Bogaerts of the Red Sox celebrate after winning against the Dodgers.?
Pedro Baez speaks with Austin Barnes, Enrique Hernandez and Manny Machado of the Dodgers on the mound against the Red Sox.
A general view of Fenway Park during the National Anthem before game one between the Dodgers and the Red Sox.