Ted Kremer’s dreams and wishes came true the day he was honorary bat boy for the Cincinnati Reds. Earlier in the year Ted’s parents attended a fund raiser where they won an auction for their son to be a bat boy for one Cincinnati Reds game. On the day of the game, Ted had two simple requests from the ball club… 11 strikeouts for free pizza and a home run from his favorite player Todd Frazier. On that day, both of Ted’s wishes came true! Ted was born with down syndrome and doctors originally said the he would likely never smile, talk or walk. Ted’s smile couldn’t have been any bigger that day on the diamond in Cincinnati. The Reds may want to keep Ted as their bat boy full time for the future!
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It's a magical moment when you see someone's positive wish come true. This is the case for Blake Cognata, a 17 year old Fairport High School student who's wish was to receive a call from his inspiration and role model Adrian Peterson.
Blake had to stop playing football and lacrosse because he has cancer. He has an incredible support team of family and friends. When Blake had to go to the hospital, his friends starting trying to get in touch with Adrian Peterson through Twitter. They started tweeting #APCallBlake.
News quickly spread and within 90 minutes, Blake received a phone call from the legendary running back himself!
Blake's mom said that she heard her son say, "Can I ask who's calling? For real? Oh, my gosh, I can't believe you called me.'"
The two chatted for 5 minutes. Adrian told Blake to never give up and also gave the 17 year old his personal cell phone number and said to call anytime he wanted to talk to someone!
And that's what's good,