Ten years ago, former Giants first baseman J.T. Snow reacted quickly when he saw his manager's son Darren Baker get too close to the action in the 2002 World Series. Baker was just three at the time, but no one will ever let him forget the incident.
Snow was crossing home plate during Game 7 when he snatched Baker from harm's way as he was trying retrieve a bat. The MLB changed the required age to be a bat boy to 14-years-old after the close call.
Snow is now a special assistant with San Francisco, while Baker is still hanging around his father Dusty, now the manager with the Reds. With both teams facing off in Game 1 of the NLDS on Saturday night, the two joked around before the game. See for yourself in the photo below.
If you've forgotten the play that brought Snow and Baker together in the first place, watch the video below.