Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield visited the Brewers over the weekend. Cleveland’s hero took some on the field batting practice with the team.
One fan got an unexpected souvenir following the quarterback’s round of BP. Brewers fan Amanda Siemandel was hit on the wrist with a foul ball that came off of Mayfield’s bat.
Siemandel managed to get Mayfield to autograph her hard earned souvenir.
Via Bleacher Report:
The Cleveland Browns quarterback apologized for the incident and even signed the baseball after Siemandel saw him leaving the field.
“It looked like they were going to leave, and I hollered, ‘Hey, can you sign the ball you hit me with?'” she said. “He said, ‘Oh, I hit you? Are you OK? Are you doing OK?’ He was super nice about it.”
Mayfield can do it all. He’s a star quarterback, a right-handed throwing left-handed hitter, who is super nice. What a guy.
The AFC North is in big, big trouble.
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