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David Fletcher takes a pie to the face

An interview segment ends in hilarious fashion for the Angels fan favorite

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Angels utility man and fan favorite David Fletcher was interviewed by five-year-old Annabelle, and the discussion ended in fun fashion.

Fletcher described his life during quarantine, spending a lot of time with his wife and dog at home, and finding time to work out while at home. Fletcher’s favorite baseball movie is Bull Durham, and mentioned Tommy La Stella, Andrelton Simmons and Shohei Ohtani among his best friend on the Angels.

But the highlight began at just before the six-minute mark.

Annabelle asked Fletcher a question from his Wikipedia page, and if he got it right, she would take a pie to the face. But if Fletcher got it wrong, he’d get a pie to the face.

She asked what was his batting average as a senior at Cypress High School, and gave him four options. He answered .422. The answer is .437, and Fletcher was a man of his word.

His wife made the delivery, with a plate full of whip cream:

From Annabelle Asks on YouTube.



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