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Amazing gesture made by the White Sox at their baseball game


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Vince Carbonneau
June 26, 2022  (10:52)
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Before the game, players and coaches from both teams stood on the baselines to recognize 7-year-old cancer survivor and fighter Beau Dowling as part of the «Home Run for Life.»
The White Sox fulfilled an «ultimate wish» for Beau Dowling, who was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma as a toddler. He battled through stem cell transplants as well as several rounds of chemotherapy, radiation and immunotherapy. Beau recently was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, a less aggressive form of cancer than neuroblastoma and the second time he's dealt with it, and underwent surgery earlier this month.
«It was so cool,» said Trey Mancini, the league's 2021 Comeback Player of the Year. «I knew that we had a pregame ceremony. I didn't know what it was, but once I found out, I wanted to go over there after he ran the bases and just tell him that he was awesome. I told him that I had cancer two years ago and I'm doing just fine now and doing well, and I know the same thing is gonna happen for him, too. I just wanted him to know that, but that was really cool to see both teams on the line and his family out there, and it was absolutely incredible to be a part of.»

Talking about the game, the Orioles defeated the White Sox in the third game of the four-game series. It was the fourth consecutive defeat for the White Sox. With this third defeat against the Orioles, the White Sox also lost the series.
However, that ceremony just showed everyone that there are better things than sports...
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