Last year, Kansas City Royals outfielder Jeff Francoeur treated some Oakland A’s fans to dinner after giving them a $100 bill and an autographed baseball. The only catch? They had to spend the money on bacon dogs and beer.
Well, Francouer remembered the gesture and decided to top himself.
The NFL lockout may be killing fans, but it may have saved a little boy’s life.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Leonard Pope, who would normally be in training camp were it not for the league’s work stoppage, rescued a six-year-old boy from drowning last Saturday in his hometown of Americus, Georgia.