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19-Year-Old Brings Baseball Game to Ailing Grandma's Backyard So She Can Watch

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19-Year-Old Brings Baseball Game to Ailing Grandma's Backyard So She Can Watch

19-Year-Old Brings Baseball Game to Ailing Grandma's Backyard So She Can Watch

An Illinois college student was so eager to have his terminally ill grandmother see him play that he gathered his team in her backyard to allow his biggest fan to catch one last game.

Zach Seavers' grandmother had stage four lung cancer and as her condition worsened, she was unable to leave her home.

It was dreadful news for the 19-year-old, who had hoped his beloved grandmother would make it to at least some of his games during his first year at Lewis and Clark College.

 

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