Hunter Pence Is Selling His Beloved Electric Scooter For Charity

MLB: World Series-Practice DayHunter Pence’s love for his electric scooter is no secret.

The quirky San Francisco Giants outfielder is known for commuting to and from AT&T Park on it, and when it was stolen back in May, there was an all-out manhunt (scooterhunt?) that thankfully led to it being returned just two days later.

But now Pence is selling the scooter.

As it turns out, Pence couldn’t wait until it was found and bought another one during its short disappearance. Now he has one too many.

“I’m still riding the scooter, I just have two now,” Pence said Monday, via For The Win.

Pence was touched by all of the attention he received after the scooter was stolen, though, so he’s using his surplus as an opportunity to do something nice.

“I had so much support in getting in back,” Pence said. “I just felt like because of that support, I should use that scooter for a good cause. I’m going to hopefully raise money for Make-A-Wish.”

Photo via Christopher Hanewinckel/USA TODAY Sports Images

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