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Welcome back like many father and son relationships -- Wilson and his dad -- you see them there.
Bonded over baseball and specifically their love for the Washington Nationals.
That's why went -- instead suddenly passed just two months ago.
He turned their love and appreciation for the sport of baseball into -- way of honoring his late father.
-- gave away dozens of free tickets to the game's still -- their families can enjoy baseball just like key.
And his dad did too and is the shares.
Wilson good morning -- how you.
Fieger good morning I'm normal -- I was so knocked down by.
The the this story of father was diagnosed with inoperable and terminal cancer he decided -- deciding who's gonna continue his life.
And you continue to go to Washington nation an actual baseball games even when he was dying right.
Well we actually only minutes -- the first game which was opening day in April.
And you know unfortunately he wasn't feeling too great by the end of first sending so we just made it through the first inning.
Actually and left as Bryce Harper.
Had a home run.
And rating his life who sold so fused with service and happiness and doing good for so many of people you read is Washington.
Post -- obituary that actually comes -- you went on Craig's list.
And what did you say to the folks on Craig's list.
Yeah I did you know -- we had I had been giving away tickets for you know several weeks actually since my dad passed because a little too difficult.
To sit in the seats with him where we would have sat.
Had he you know -- well enough to go or.
And so I've put an ad on Craigslist and you know I didn't intend for it to obviously get.
You know this this big I was just kind of it was somewhat therapeutic and I wrote an ad and said.
Here are the the tickets that we have left and you know I just asked people to.
Make sure that you know if they take the tickets that they enjoy the game and you know have a good time.
And and it and you did it because you thought he would've likely to pass on this legacy of love.
And love of baseball.
Yeah absolutely I mean.
You know since we were I was very young my -- 91 thing that that we shared was was baseball.
And you know he grew up playing baseball.
And Maryland's -- when you play was -- no other former manager of the Orioles.
And you know it it was something that that really brought us together growing up I've played baseball for a long time and he made its to every single game.
I understand they can have that same experience of my father you're great son.
-- -- and a loyal son and and thanks for sharing this -- Kent Wilson.
Good to -- thank you very much good.
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