For all the showy — Look at me! Look at us! — events staged by teams to show their wondrous goodwill, you’d like to think there are hundreds of quiet, unpublicized moments where good is done just for the sake of itself.
Moments like this one.
Matt Kemp, deep in enemy territory at AT&T Park last week, did something quick and stunning and just magnificent.
At the conclusion of a game against the Giants, Kemp is apparently led by third-base coach Tim Wallach over to a handicapped fan sitting at the railing and wearing a Dodgers sweatshirt.
Kemp shakes hands with him and another fan, and then autographs a couple of baseballs. Which in itself, would be great.