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Matt Kemp’s Unbelievable Act Of Kindness For Disabled Fan (Video)

by Ashley | Posted on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013
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Network cameras weren’t around, just  someone on a smart phone recording from a few seats over. While no one was paying attention Dodgers’ star Matt Kemp went out of his way to make a fan’s day.

In an age of super egos inflating with each $100 million contract thrown their way, it’s rare to see big name baseball players interact with fans.

Joshua Jones and his father, Steve Jones were at a Dodgers/Giants game in San Francisco sitting up front when Steve struck up a conversation with the 3rd base coach, Tim Wallach and told him that his son (who is wheelchair bound) is very sick.  Kemp is Joshua’s favorite player, and Wallach had a ball brought to him.

Later Wallach told Kemp about Joshua, and when the game ended in a losing effort for the Dodgers, Kemp wanted to meet the ailing boy who is such a big fan.

What happened next is nothing short of brilliant. Have tissues ready.

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