“Nasty” Nestor Cortes isn’t so nice to Big League hitters but he’s a sweetheart to children in the local community.
The Yankees All-Star pitcher spent his Thursday morning giving pointers and signing autographs for children in Massapequa’s Lou Anthony Sports Complex.
It was all part of a baseball clinic hosted by the Nassau County PAL and organized by Pioneer Sports Events.
Greater Long Island TV‘s Starr Fuentes caught up with Cortes during the event. See her recap below. Scroll down for photos from the day.