Trevor Story and his former teammates with the Colorado Rockies reunited for a special event in his hometown of Irving, Texas. Story celebrated his 29th birthday in his hometown while hosting the inaugural Trevor Story Golf Classic.
Among dozens of VIP guests there, Story was joined by his former teammates Nolan Arenado, Carlos González, Daniel Murphy, and current Colorado Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon as well as a few other big leaguers like left-handed pitcher Derek Holland.
McMahon, who despite batting left-handed in baseball swings right-handed on the golf course, posted some pictures and posted a few stories on Instagram during the event.
Also, Bleacher Report Walkoff posted a lot of stories of the event as well.
Trevor Story celebrated his birthday with his inaugural Golf Classic but it got even better for him.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story, who is entering free agency, topped off the Inaugural Trevor Story Golf Classic with a walk-off–a walk-off putt, that is.
With that put, Trevor Story won his own Golf Classic, which was raising money for the Irving Boys Baseball Association.
Story has been an avid golfer since he was a kid when he started golfing with his dad.
"“I just remember trying to hit the ball as far as I could; and of course that didn’t happen, it was really just a lot of lefts and rights,” Story told Colorado Avid Golfer this past spring. “I was always interested in the game, playing with my Dad…it was baseball, golf, football and basketball for me, but I knew from the first few times that I played that I would love golf forever, and that’s been the case so far—each time I play, I love it more and more.”"
It’s something he has enjoyed doing with his teammates in the offseason for years. Rockies starting pitcher Kyle Freeland has been known to be a golfer as has manager Bud Black as well as the players who participated in the Classic.
Regardless of whether or not Story will be returning to the Rockies for the 2022 season, Story will likely be hosting more golf classics in future years and we will all be able to see some current and former Rockies come together once again.