The first MLB at-bat for any player is obviously a special moment, the culmination of years of hard work and sacrifice.
However, some of these AB's are made even more significant because of the circumstances.
For example, we have the debut of Kyle Farmer.
The Dodgers rookie stepped to the plate for the first time in MLB with his team down 2-1 in the bottom of the 11th inning and two runners on base.
Just know the Bums were celebrating what he did next.
Unless you're a Giants fan.
Sorry about the Dodger Blue there, Giants fans, but they do come in a suave and debonair gray color, too.
Both variations go for a stylish $36.08 and will look so good, feel free to tell your friends and enemies you had them custom made. Who's gonna know?
We'll just consider it a custom order for your eyes only and let you tell the story grow from there.
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