Cleveland Indians pitcher Corey Kluber gives his World Series tickets to a little girl
CLEVELAND, Ohio– It will be a week Cleveland Indians fans won’t forget as the World Series begins tonight in Cleveland.
Some lucky fans will be able to see it in person at Progressive Field. That includes a little girl who is a patient at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital.
When the Indians players each received two World Series tickets, Kluber and his wife, Amanda, chose to give theirs to Aly and one of her family members.
“It’s one of those things, it just shows you how much of an impact you can have on other people– even something as little as bring a smile to someone’s face who is going through a rough time.. it makes just as much of an impact on us,” Kluber said.
This is nothing new for the Klubers. All season, they have been entertaining children who are being cared for at local hospitals. It’s part of “Kluber’s Kids,” a program run in partnership with Cleveland Clinic Children’s.
Everyone will be watching as Kluber takes the mound for Game 1 tonight, which you can watch only on FOX 8.