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Dodgers rookie Scott Schebler cherishes first career homer in majors

Dodgers rookie Scott Schebler cherishes first career homer in majors

There was nothing to negotiate, no ransom to be paid. In the aftermath of the Dodgers’ 8-4 victory over the San Diego Padres on Friday night, rookie outfielder Scott Schebler had in his possession the baseball he launched for his first home run in the major leagues. “I guess they threw it back on the field,” Schebler said. If the fans at Petco Park hadn’t returned the baseball and demanded payment for it, how much would Schebler have paid? Schebler laughed and replied: “I have no idea. I don’t know if you can put a price on that.” What made the home run even more memorable was that it was hit off James Shields. “To do it off James Shields...

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