Cleveland Indians baseball player Mike Aviles made his daughters' dreams come true last week!
The dad-of-two brought his four-year-old twin daughters out on the field to throw the first pitch of the game – and Adriana, who was diagnosed with leukemia in May, couldn't have been more excited.
Great moment as @Themikeaviles’ daughter Adriana shows world what real strength looks like: http://t.co/J9M6tBIOqV pic.twitter.com/lIJ4roFgbD— MLB (@MLB) August 13, 2015
Great moment as @Themikeaviles’ daughter Adriana shows world what real strength looks like: http://t.co/J9M6tBIOqV pic.twitter.com/lIJ4roFgbD
According to MLB, when Adriana was first diagnosed with cancer her dad promised her that she'd get to throw the first pitch at one of their games. So sweet!
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