If you've never seen a baseball player see their own bobblehead for the first time, then Dee Gordon shows you just how exciting it can be. I mean, just look at his face here. Amazing.
It has to warm your heart, freak you out, or a little bit of both to see a grown baseball players' eyes light up when he sees himself as a bobblehead for the first time.
Gordon looks like a little kid here, which makes the video above that much better.
This was the look on Dee Gordon’s eyes when they showed him his bobblehead. It’s literally the exact same look of a kid getting a puppy on Christmas morning. pic.twitter.com/xVxMMG0zfA— Sean Larson (@SEA_larson) June 26, 2018
The 30-year-old stud certainly deserves this honor.
Gordon is now with his third team in the Seattle Mariners, and has been a productive player this season and throughout his entire career. He's won a Gold Glove, a Silver Slugger, a batting title, and has been named an All-Star twice.
Gordon is one of the good guys in the bigs. It's nice to see him get so excited for having his own bobblehead.