Major Leaguer has Make-A-Wish child sign his jersey, then hits Home Run

Major Leaguer has Make-A-Wish child sign his jersey, then hits Home Run

The Oakland A's Major League Baseball team hosted children from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes for children with critical illnesses, and players met with the kids pregame. Oakland A's player Khris Davis had Anthony Slocumb, a 10-year-old in remission from a cancer called Langerhans cell histiocytosis, sign his jersey. Anthony is a HUGE fan of Davis'... 

Davis then wore the signed jersey throughout Monday night's game against the Texas Rangers.

Wearing his signed jersey, Davis made the night more special by launching a home run off Bartolo Colon in the third inning. He said he thought about Anthony, as he rounded the bases after hitting that Home Run. 

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