Joc Pederson Was Gifted a Waffle Maker For His First Home Run as a Cub

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Baseball is already right in the swing of things, which means shenanigans a plenty. Joc Pederson celebrated a game-tying home run in the eighth inning, which also marked his first home run with the team. Though the Cubs did lose 4-2, the moment was still sweet for the ex-Dodger. Upon entering the clubhouse, Pederson was gifted with a waffle maker by Ian Happ to which Pederson celebrated.


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The waffle maker mascot actually began back in 2018 with Ian Happ and ex-Cub Tommy La Stella.

Definitely an interesting gift. There’s no doubt one day he’ll regift it to someone else who doesn’t need a waffle maker.


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