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9-year-old cancer survivor honored as Royals down Scarlets

the crowd as Billings Royals and Billings Scarlets players lined the primary and third base lines around him.

He stepped to the mound, wound up, and threw the primary pitch of the sport. Sebastien then ran to grab the ball and proceeded to run down the third final analysis and gesture every Royals player and coach. 

"I'm coming back for you guys now!" he loud to the Scarlets players as he ran back towards their line. 

Sebastien, 9, was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastic cancer at age six throughout the summer before he became a kindergartner. currently preparing to be a third-grader, Sebastien is inactive and had his final treatment in October2016. each month he goes in to possess his blood checked, however otherwise things ar sensible
As a member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Sebastien was this year's receiver to throw the primary pitch before the Royals and Scarlets faced-off on Tues night at the Goldsmith Gallery/Make-A-Wish Foundation tournament. Sebastien's would like was to go to Legoland in Orlando, Florida. The family took the trip in March 2016 and he got an opportunity to satisfy a plaything designer and see a number of the special styles that were planned.

"It was like heaven to Pine Tree State," he aforesaid happy. "I have a full plaything box reception that is stuffed withLegos. Nothing else."

The Royals went on to defeat the Scarlets 6-2.

"It was fun," he aforesaid concerning throwing the primary pitch. "It was exciting that I ought to quit and throw the primary pitch. i used to be pretty dismayed that i would be doing that once morei do not understand why."

"Because you are associate awe-inspiring Make-A-Wish child that is why," his mother Mandy replied. "They knew you probably did thus well last year they wished you to try to to it once more."

Sebastien threw out the primary pitch at a similar tournament last year. 

And decision making by his excitement walking resolute the mound, it absolutely was a flash he'll love for quite it slow.

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