Spokane Indians Minor League Baseball team visited kids at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

The Spokane Indians Minor League Baseball team visited kids at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. Mascot OTTO and players hit this visit out of the park by surprising young patients and their families with signed memorabilia, including hats and baseballs, along with tickets to future games. 

Providence caregivers filled the stands at Avista Stadium to cheer on the Indians and celebrate Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital’s 20th birthday. As part of the celebration, a young Providence patient threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Our family of caregivers cheered her on!

We’re so thankful for community partners, including the Spokane Indians, for their steadfast support. 

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