The Major League Baseball season is just two weeks old, but a classic video has just resurfaced. In baseball at any level, an outfielder has to keep his focus on the game while trying not to daydream. The outfield can be a lonely place sometimes for ballplayers, especially if no balls are hit in their general direction. Sometimes, players cannot take their mind off of the game despite getting heckled by opposing fans. The key to handling hecklers in the stands is how a player reacts to them. Tony Gwynn Jr. is a prime example of this. The son of the Hall of Fame outfielder was playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers a few years ago, when a couple of drunken hecklers at Coors Field (appropriately named) in Denver started razzing him. His reaction to the fans was classic.