Baseball star Gerald Dempsey “Buster” Posey of the San Francisco Giants visited the household of a nine-year-old fan Reese Osterberg who misplaced their residence to the Creek Fire in Central Valley.
According to studies, the huge blaze torched the little woman’s residence and her whole assortment of baseball playing cards. However, an unnamed man from San Jose determined to donate 25,000 playing cards he had collected all through his life to the younger woman. The nine-year-old superfan had not anticipated to meet her idol.
On October 30, ABC7 News contacted Reese in hopes of interviewing her about her experiences in the course of the wildfire. However, the Zoom name was truly meant to give the younger woman the uncommon alternative of assembly her all-time favourite baseball star, Buster Posey.
Larry Beil, the sports activities director of ABC7, started the supposed interview with Reese by asking her a number of questions associated to baseball playing cards. Before she might reply, Posey greeted her with a shock look on the opposite finish of the video name, ABC7 News reported.
The Giants catcher requested Reese who her favourite baseball participant was. The younger woman, nonetheless in awe of the state of affairs, answered: “You!”
During the decision, Reese additionally obtained a field from the Giants that contained a baseball with Buster Posey’s signature— an addition to her rising assortment of baseball souvenirs.
The nine-year-old superfan is paying the goodwill she obtained ahead by freely giving a number of of her collectible playing cards to different youngsters by way of a web site.