Yasiel Puig pulls Dodgers fan from stands to accept push-up challenge
It was a good day at the ballpark for 12-year-old Noah Rosenberg.
Before the Dodgers took on the San Diego Padres on Thursday at Petco Park, Rosenberg held a handwritten sign that read, “Dreams can come true! Will do push ups 4 a bat!”
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig noticed Rosenberg’s sign and decided to accept his challenge. The number of push-ups Rosenberg had to do to win his prize was set at 50.
Puig even supported Rosenberg along the way to complete the feat.
You can be the judge if those were full push-ups. But Puig still honored Rosenberg’s wager with a signed bat.
Dreams do come true in Rosenberg’s case.
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