Matt Kemp Gives Terminally Ill Fan A Day To Remember

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Matt Kemp must be one of the nicest professional athletes in existence. Earlier this month, he gave $250,000 to tornado victims in Oklahoma. Over the weekend, he flew a terminally ill fan out to see the Dodgers play on their home turf.

Of course, this isn't the first time that Kemp and his fan, Joshua Jones, 19, have met. During a baseball game three weeks ago, Jones' father asked if Kemp could come over to say hi to his son. Jones got all that and more. In fact, Kemp gave Jones his jersey, cleats and hat.

Cut back to this past weekend. Kemp flew Jones and his family out to Dodgers Stadium to see him play. He also introduced Jones to Dodgers president Stan Kasten, Angels player Mike Trout and fellow Dodgers player Clayton Kershaw. The team's official Twitter feed captured a few moments with Jones at the game, including his meeting with Kershaw:

To put icing on the cake, the Dodgers won their game 8-7. It was undoubtedly the perfect ending to a great night for Jones.

[h/t: Yahoo Sports]

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