Giants’ Pence offering reward for stolen scooter he dreams about

'(My scooter) was one of my favorite things that I have.' — Hunter Pence

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The San Francisco slugger does not drive a car to the ballpark every day. Instead, he rides a motorized scooter.

It’s kind of fancy, moves along pretty quickly and seems very efficient.

The scooter is such a part of Pence’s life that the organziation even gave away these tremendous bobbleheads at a game in April.

Sadly, Pence’s scooter was stolen Sunday.

Pence, though, isn’t looking for blood. He just wants his beloved scooter back, and he’s even willing to make you an offer for it.

Pence told Giants beat reporter Andrew Baggarly, "It was one of my favorite things that I have. I’m grateful for stuff, but aside from my baseball equipment and my scooter, and maybe my laptop, there are not many (possessions) that I care about."

Clearly the scooter is weighing heavily on Pence’s mind, because he also revealed that he dreamed about it Sunday night.

"I did have a dream that I saw someone riding it and I tackled him. You can’t control your dreams."