Tim Tebow Leaves On Deck Circle to Greet Autistic Fan and then Hits Home Run
If this story doesn’t tug at your heart strings, I don’t know what will. Seth Bosch, was at Charlotte Sports Park watching a St. Lucie Mets versus the Charlotte Stone Crabs game on July 29th. Bosch has high functioning autism and neurofibromatosis which is a genetic disorder that produces tumors on nerve tissues. Bosch is also a huge Tim Tebow fan.
During the game, there was a brief delay in the seventh inning and Tebow was in the on deck circle taking practice swings. Bosch, who was nine on the day of the game and turned 10 a week later, decided he was going to walk over and try and get Tebow’s attention. Bosch waves to Tebow, Tebow waves back. Moments later Tebow walks over and shakes Bosch’s hand. Such an emotional moment for this young man, he walks back over to his mom in tears.
If you didn’t think that was magical enough, you will never believe what happens next. Tebow goes up to bat and launches the ball over the fence for a three run home run! Don’t believe it? Not many people would if there wasn’t video proof of it! Check out this video, captured by Bosch’s mother. The video is almost 10 minutes long, but worth a look. I’m not going to lie, I cried a little. Check out the video of this amazing moment below and let me know what you think!