After outfielder Mookie Betts and the Red Sox won Game 2 on a cold Wednesday night in Boston, he did what most of us are unwilling to do on a balmy, 70-degree summer Saturday.

Red Sox alum and WEEI radio host Lou Merloni shared a photo of Mookie, and reportedly his cousin, showing up to the Boston Public Library to pass out meals for the homeless following Game 2's victory. 

"I didn’t know who they were at first. They had hoodies on," local nightclub promoter, Mike Winter, told WEEI about the scene he stumbled across on Wednesday night. "Next thing I know they are laying out trays of food. Then they’re walking around all of Boston library where there are tons of homeless and telling people there is food around the corner. I walked up and I said, 'Hello,' because we have a mutual friend and then all the people from the club came out and he just walked away. No pictures. No nothing. None of the homeless even knew who he was but they were just grateful for what he was doing."