Justin Verlander Meets Superfan With Cerebral Palsy – The Good News [VIDEO]
We still love you, Justin, even though you don't play for the Tigers anymore. It speaks volumes about a famous person when you look at how they treat their fans, and Justin Verlander might as well be Mother Theresa. Johnny and Jeff Agar are a father/son duo who compete in marathons and triathlons with one caveat - Johnny pulls Jeff behind him in the events, because he has cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair.
March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness month and the Cerebral Palsy Foundation ( @yourcpf )is celebrating in a very cool way! If you have Cerebral Palsy or know someone who does, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts by clicking the link in my bio. #cpawarenessmonth
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They competed in the North American Championship in Texas over the weekend, and leading up to it, they attended an Astros game...and got to meet Justin Verlander. Justin gave him a pep talk before the competition, in which Jeff walked the last mile alone - something he'd never done before.
Is somebody cuttin' onions in here? *sniffle*