Here’s a cool Thanksgiving story from the NBC affiliate in San Diego.
Royals minor-leaguer Kyle Zimmer continued a Thanksgiving tradition of playing Wiffle ball with his brother Bradley and their family, including great-grandmother, Ann Sellaro. She’s a spry 102 years old and quipped, “I taught them everything they know,” and she even took a few swings.
Bradley Zimmer is a former No. 1 pick who is in the Indians’ organization. He is an outfielder.
The brothers reversed roles. Kyle, who is also a former No. 1 pick and one of the Royals’ top pitching prospects, took some good hacks while his brother Bradley was pitching.
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But the star of the show was Ann.
You can read more about the Thanksgiving ballgame here.