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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Articles tagged: heartwarming stories

Sharks sign 17-year-old with heart condition to one-day contract (Video)

The San Jose Sharks welcomed a special guest into their locker room before Tuesday night’s game against against the Florida Panthers. In fact, the Sharks made 17-year-old Sam Tageson an official member of the team by signing him to a one-day contract. Tageson has a life-threatening heart condition known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome. He…Read More

Chandler Parsons shaves head to support young fan with cancer

Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parsons use to have a great head of man hair. Some would call Parsons, who recently modeled in a commercial for the Buffalo David Bitton clothing line, a pretty boy. Heck, the former Florida star even gels his hair up during games. But on Christmas Eve, Parsons decided there were far…Read More

Flyers help soldier surprise his family (Video)

When the parents of Army Pfc. Matthew Windish joined the Philadelphia Flyers for a special ceremony on Thursday night, they were led to believe that the team would be honoring their son. Little did they know, Matt was in the building. Matt’s parents Joann and Mark stood with his brother Chris in front of a…Read More

SF Batkid saves Giants mascot Lou the Seal during heroic day

America was swept up Friday with the awesome story of “Bat Kid,” a 5-year-old boy named Miles who went around the city of San Francisco like Batman to save the city for the day as part of a Make-A-Wish dream. Miles’ has battled leukemia most of his life, but it is now in remission. San…Read More

One-armed basketball star Zach Hodskins offered walk-on spot at Florida

Zach Hodskins has one of the smoothest basketball strokes you will ever see. But it’s not his incredibly accurate shot that has heads turning across the nation. It’s the fact that Hodskins can shoot like that with only one arm. Earlier this month, the University of Florida and head coach Billy Donovan offered Hodskins a…Read More

Young Ohio State fan beats cancer he named ‘Michigan’

A 12-year-old cancer patient who is a die-hard Ohio State fan came up with a unique way to motivate himself to fight the disease he was diagnosed with two years ago. Grant Reed named his brain tumor “Michigan.” On Friday, Grant beat Michigan by undergoing his final chemotherapy treatment at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus,…Read More

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