Sports is something which is very close to everyone’s heart and more so for them who have spent their childhood playing sports only. Sports brings tears of joy and sorrow. Same has been the case with Giant’s Zach Green. Zach is a Sacramento born. He grew up watching the likes of Rich Aurilia, Barry Bonds and J.T. Snow.
Zach Green: Dream Big, Dreams come true
He clearly remembers Bonds chase to the single-season home run king in 2001. He was chasing just like the fast and furious star Vin Diesel chases cars in the movie. Everything was filmy about his chases. But that doesn’t mean he has forgotten what happened one year later when Giants fell to angels in 2002 World Series.
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He said on 95.7 The Game that he was a little guy back then, but that was probably his first time experiencing heart break as a sport fan when they lost to Anaheim. Now 17 years ahead Green’s tears are now of joy.
The baseman made his debut on Sunday for the team he grew up rooting for. He went 2-for-3 with an RBI double in the Giants 3-2 victory against the Mets.
Will Zach be the teams Jack
Zach’s favorite part of the journey up to this time is a case of surprise, though. He said that he has really enjoyed competing and now competing for the team he grew up rooting for was the best part. Green made his way to the big leagues through his performances in Triple-A for Sacramento River Cats. He scored 302 with 23 home runs provided 1.099 OPS over 64 games.
As he arrived, Green says the whole team greeted him warmly in the locker room. Zach Green’s first meeting with the manager Bruce Bochy was something he will never forget. He also made sure to inform the skipper that he is ready to go. He told conversation with the coach was short and sweet. Green has shown the kind of potential he possesses in the games so far he has played.