John Krasinski and Big Papi Give Boston Healthcare Workers Get Tix To Red Sox For Life
According to a report from CBS Sports, healthcare workers from Boston's Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center got the surprise of their lives when Newton's own, John Krasinski, along with David Ortiz, gave them 4 tickets for LIFE to Red Sox games.
You might think that was special enough, but the giving didn't end there. The group of workers were then treated to a trip to Fenway Park, via duck boat. There, they were given a private tour of the legendary park, were greeted by Mayor Marty Walsh and Governor Charlie Baker and were able to ceremoniously throw a pitch from the mound. John Krasinski said,
First pitch of 2020 Major League Baseball season: The staff of Beth Israel Deaconess Covid unit.
What an amazing experience for all the medical personnel fighting this pandemic. They have worked tireless hours and are still on the front lines as we continue to navigate the unknown waters of COVID-19. Surely, they will be the most excited when Fenway opens up once again.
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