Freshman outfielder Kevin Jordan has ANCA vasculitis, a rare autoimmune disease that would have led to kidney failure by the time he finished college, unless he got a kidney transplant
Jordan had been trying to play baseball, despite his condition, but had been worn out by the daily dialysis treatments.
Coach Walters credits “divine intervention” for making him Jordan’s organ donor match. Coach and player are currently recovering from their surgeries, and Jordan will be able to resume exercise in eight weeks.
Cook had planned to go, but when it was time for the Brown Deer, Wis., man to go to the airport he realized he wouldn’t be healthy enough to make the trip.
The 79-year-old’s family considered getting him a private jet equipped with a doctor or nurse, so he could keep his legendary streak alive. Ultimately, however, his daughters went in his place. Keep reading to see Bob’s Super Bowl commercial.
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