Brandon Belt Fulfills Promise For Cancer Survivor By Hitting Home Run


brandon beltBrandon Belt made a promise, and he came through.

After telling 12-year old cancer survivor Lyndsey Dworkin that he would hit a home run for her, the rehabbing San Francisco Giants first baseman fulfilled his promise and bashed a dinger in the first inning for the Advanced Class-A San Jose Giants on Friday.

The ending of the story is even sweeter.

After officials recovered the ball, Belt signed it with a note and gave it to Dworkin.

The note?

“To Lyndsey, My Good luck charm. — Brandon Belt.”

Overall, it was a kind and classy gesture from the 26-year-old first baseman.

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