Clay Bellinger played only four years and 183 games in the big leagues, but he made each moment count. He was part of World Series title teams with the 1999 and 2000 New York Yankees and 2002 Anaheim Angels, and he would have pocketed a fourth ring if the Yankees hadn’t fallen victim to too much Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling in October 2001.
Fifteen years after his retirement from professional ball, Bellinger has attained a different brand of acclaim as MLB’s most sought-after dad.
Bellinger, 48, has been besieged with interview requests since Cody, the older of his two sons, arrived in Los Angeles and began peppering the seats with home run balls. He recently took a break from his job as a firefighter in Gilbert, Arizona, to watch Cody at Dodger Stadium, and he’ll take center stage Monday night
Article source: http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/19910240/qa-clay-bellinger-dad-dodgers-phenom-cody
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