Even though the Cleveland Indians lost 9-2 to the Texas Rangers on Monday, one player scored a major victory with one of his fans.
Before the game, Indians fan Kathi Heintzelman held up a sign that caught the eye of first baseman Mike Napoli. The sign asked the slugger for a hug and a home run. The reason? Heintzelman is about to start chemotherapy. Of course, Napoli walked over and gave her a hug and an autograph.
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Then, in the bottom of the sixth inning, Napoli came through to complete the request by smacking a solo shot over the wall.
Check out Napoli's fan interaction and home run below.
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