Hunter Pence buys San Francisco restaurant patrons shots after Dodgers' loss

Ali Thanawalla
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Pence buys shots for everyone at restaurant after Dodgers' loss originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

Hunter Pence truly is a man of the people.

Shortly after the Los Angeles Dodgers lost Game 4 of the 2020 World Series to the Tampa Bay Rays in stunning fashion Saturday night, the former Giants outfielder celebrated by buying shots for all the patrons at the San Francisco restaurant at which he was dining.

Pence turned a good night into a great night for all the people eating at Firenze By Night.

While Pence is a Texas native, he has made San Francisco his home after spending eight seasons with the Giants. The 37-year-old came back for a second tour of duty with the Giants this season, but he was designated for assignment in August because of a lack of production.

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One month later, Pence retired from baseball, and he spent his first full day of retirement in McCovey Cove, something he's urging all baseball fans to do at least once.

Pence is having a good time, and there's nothing he enjoys more than rooting for the Giants. Well, maybe rooting against the Dodgers.