Trey Mancini is more than MLB’s ‘face of cancer.’ The Orioles star looks forward to proving it in seasons to come.
“Slumps happen to the best players in the world. Slumps happen after cancer treatment,” she said. “I think a lot of people would have said, ‘Yeah, I hit over 20 bombs after six months of chemo.’ I think a lot of people would think that, but Trey didn’t, he was really like, ‘I need to be better, finish strong, do better, put down better songs’, everything because he just cares so much. just almost too much to, honestly.