Matt Kemp is struggling at the plate lately and seems visibly frustrated with his performance. A lesser man would let something like early-season struggles seep into other areas of his life and affect the way he interacts and treats people. Not Matt Kemp. Through his troubles, he's maintained his trademark class and continues to be the man that so many look up to.
Kemp went out of his way at a recent game at AT&T Park to not only say hello and sign a baseball for a fan, but to also give that same fan his hat and the literal jersey off his back. Displaying this kind of generosity towards a hometown fan in a visiting ballpark is the height of character and the type of behavior all ball players should exhibit.
Truly a classy move.