Transcript for California teen earns ticket to Game 3 of World Series
Let's talk baseball. Dodgers taking game three with an early commanding lead and maybe it had a little something to do with the very special fan cheering them on from the stands. Janai joins us with the California team who earned a ticket to that big game. Janai, good morning. Good morning. Yeah, those tickets weren't cheap costing more than 600 bucks each but this kid has always dreamed of going to a world series game and when we say he earned it, we mean he put in the hard work and long hours finding a way to turn dodgers blue into green and buying his own ticket. This morning the L.A. Dodgers taking a 2-1 lead in the world series crushing the Tampa bay rays in game three. And it is gone. Reporter: L.A. Running up the score hitting multiple home runs early. As star pitcher walker Buehler put on a historic performance. Struck him out. Reporter: The team giving fans in Texas a whole lot to cheer for. In the stands 14-year-old Zachary Menlove and his father. Tickets to one of the biggest nights in baseball, paid off through hard work straight from Zachary's front lawn. Los Angeles natives Zachary and his brother Josh began a spray painting business decorating neighbors' lawns with dodger signs. Zachary saving his earnings for a trip to global life stadium. The family brought "Gma" along as they entered the stadium and made it to their seats. It was really fun to be working hard, save up all the money and finally have it happen and finally be able to go and watch the dodgers win. I'm so proud of him and Josh, his brother. I think one of the biggest things that I love so much about it is just they're seeing their hard work pay off. Reporter: What began as a fund-raiser months ago to achieve Zachary's dream of attending the world series, the young dodger fan says the business doesn't stop here. It's really to make people feel happy and this is just the beginning for our business. There is no stopping us. We could branch out and do like Halloween and Christmas. And so this actually started as an April fools' day prank spray painting a dodger sign on the lawn of a family member who roots for the angels but neighbors saw it, wanted their own and their booming business was born. How about that, made it to the game and got to see a win. Not bad. The prank paid off. Yes, exactly. I like how it all started through mischief. Man, a boy after my own heart. Janai, thank you.
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