Topps baseball card of the day: Teddy Kremer, Reds bat boy
Remember the inspiring Teddy Kremer, Reds bat boy? He's now been honored in baseball card form.
Via Cincinnati Enquirer reporter and board-certified friend of the site C. Trent Rosecrans and his colleague John Erardi, comes this, which is a special-issue Topps card of Reds bat boy Teddy Kremer ...
Kremer, of course, lives with Downs' Syndrome, but most of all he's served as an inspiration to Reds players and outside observers alike. You'll recall that Kremer and Todd Frazier -- who hit home run after Kremer asked him to do just that -- provided all of us with one of the 2013 season's most uplifting moments ...
You should click through and read the entirety of Rosecrans's and Erardi's story, which tells how that peerless baseball card pictured above came into being.
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