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During a St. Lucie Mets game against the Charlotte Stone Crabs late last month, Tim Tebow made a young fan’s day after they shook hands.
Tebow was on-deck during the July 29 game when Seth Bosch, a young boy with high-functioning autism who just turned 10, took his shot to try and get the ballplayers attention.
During a meeting on the mound, Bosch, who also hasneurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that produces tumors on nerve tissue, walked down to behind home plate in hopes to meet Tebow.
Bosch waved at Tebow and, to the child’s surprise, the star walked over and shook his hand through the netting. The boy, who has a tumor behind his right eye which makes it difficult to play sports, went back to his seat next to his parents with tears of joy streaming down his …
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