Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Wade Davis changed his jersey number to 17 this year to honor his stepbrother Dustin Huguley, who died last August of a heart ailment.
Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Wade Davis changed his jersey number to 17 this year to honor his stepbrother Dustin Huguley, who died last August of a heart ailment. John Sleezer Kansas City Star
Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Wade Davis changed his jersey number to 17 this year to honor his stepbrother Dustin Huguley, who died last August of a heart ailment. John Sleezer Kansas City Star

Royals reliever Wade Davis carries memory of stepbrother to the mound

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