Kyle Schwarber might've seemed more like Superman during his epic comeback in the World Series, but the Cubs slugger helped a 10-year-old fan play Batman over the weekend.
Schwarber and Campbell Faulkner have a friendship that dates back to spring training 2015 and Schwarber helped organize an event with HopeKids Arizona to allow Campbell the opportunity to be Batman for a day.
Campbell has a rare form of a mitochondrial disease that makes standing and walking difficult and necessitates two feeding tubes in his stomach to provide him with nutrition.
Schwarber wore a green wristband during the World Series in support of Campbell.
As part of Sunday's festivities, Schwarber got to get behind the wheel of the Batmobile.
"I drove it for about an hour," Schwarber told MLB.com. "I drove his family all around the block. Usually it's a police officer who drives it, but they let me drive it.
"I was doing burnouts and everything in it. I wasn't really a good example. I was being a little kid right there. Why not drive it the way Batman drives it?"