Not All Superheros Wear Capes, And This Little Boy With Rare Cancer Was Lucky Enough To Meet One!
MVP doesn’t always mean “most valuable player” that has actually played a game. This 7 year old Micah Ahern from Texas is the MVP of TCU’s baseball team. In his short life, he has never played a minute of baseball, but that wasn’t the reason to stop him from rooting for the Omaha team that he adores.
Ahern has a rare form of cancer. Sadly but his family says that he has run out of treatment alternatives. This little boy has been a fan of TCU for some time, but they’re even bigger fans of Ahern.
“He’s only seven years old and I’ve never seen somebody take over a room with the kind of presence he has,” said Evan Skoug, TCU’s catcher.
When Ahern found himself in hospital, he and his mom were given a preset from a very kind anonymous donor. He was flown out his team’s play and hopefully they win in the College World Series.
Watch this video to see all the beautiful things he has to say about this hero and don’t forget to share this video with your family and friends on Facebook!