He brought hope back to Wrigley Field and led the Cubs back to the postseason for the first time in seven years. Talk about a bearer of gifts to the people of Chicago.
He enjoys a good smile. After all, there's one on his elbow, where he added eyes above his Tommy John surgery scar.
The gift that keeps on giving...
He's orchestrated a magical World Series dynasty as manager of the Giants.
The eye black is to reduce the glare from Rudolph's nose.
He was naturally a right-handed hitter but was converted to a lefty by his father, former major leaguer Cecil Fielder. He's hit 20-plus homers in each of his nine full big-league seasons. That experiment seems to have turned out alright.
He was caught yelling 'Ho, ho, ho!' above.
He hit a home run in his major-league debut.
He more than doubled his career home run total in 2015.
That's actually an aerodynamic Santa suit he's wearing.
Thearon W. Henderson
Now that is one jolly looking man!
Veteran Torii Hunter was clearly on to Morales about his secret identity.
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'They didn't leave milk and cookies? Really, bro?'
Scott Van Slyke
'And they thought it was Greinke who was hiding something! Ha, ha, ha!'
Christmas came early to Toronto this year when Bautista crushed a three-run homer to boost the Blue Jays to victory in Game 5 of the ALDS.
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Surely, he had to be posing for this photo...
'No more trash talk or I'll put you on the naughty list!'
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The Dodgers' reliever appears to be envisioning his gift-delivering route.