Boy With Rare Form Of Cancer Will Get To See His Favorite Baseball Team Play In The World Series! Get Inspired!

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We absolutely love inspirational kids like Noah Wilson!

Noah, a six-year-old boy who was sadly diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, is a HUGE fan of the Kansas City Royals baseball team. The precious little boy is SUCH a big fan of the Royals that he often pretends to be a sports commentator while recuperating from chemotherapy.

To this day, despite 12 rounds of chemotherapy and 28 rounds of radiation, it’s ongoing — and holy crap nobody should ever have to go through that.

But Noah is STRONG.

Noah’s neighbor, Ryan Zimmerman, was so taken with his love for the Royals that he raised 10,000 DOLLARS so the little boy could see the team play the World Series!

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What an awesome neighbor!

Noah’s father gushed:

“Three days ago, we were wishing to go the World Series, all excited that the Royals are going and now 48 hours later we’re going.”

We just love that Noah will be able to spend this once in a lifetime moment with his family.

Since Noah’s story went public, StubHub, Major League Baseball, former New York Yankee’s manager Joe Torre, and Ellen DeGeneres have all contacted the Wilsons asking to help. As of last Saturday, Noah was gifted 16 World Series tickets, which he plans to give to other kids with similar conditions.

What a charitable and sweet young boy! We bet the kids who receive those tickets will be thrilled!

Check out Noah show off his sport commentating skills (below)!

We hope Noah has an amazing time at the World Series and we wish him the best of luck with the remainder of his chemotherapy!

[Image via Facebook.]

Oct 21, 2014 6:01pm PDT