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Major league moment: David Reed, 7, of East Helena, pumps his fist in delight as he pulls a Mariners baseball from a gift bag presented to him by Seattle Mariners pitcher Charlie Furbush, left, and outfielder Casper Wells during the 2013 Seattle Mariners Caravan visit to Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital on Wednesday in Spokane. David has been in the hospital battling T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia since October. The Caravan will visit 26 Pacific Northwest communities over a three-week period. Today, the players, along with the Mariner Moose and broadcaster Mike Blowers, will make a stop at Borah Elementary School in Coeur d’Alene. (Dan Pelle)
Major league moment: David Reed, 7, of East Helena, pumps his fist in delight as he pulls a Mariners baseball from a gift bag presented to him by Seattle Mariners pitcher Charlie Furbush, left, and outfielder Casper Wells during the 2013 Seattle Mariners Caravan visit to Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital on Wednesday in Spokane. David has been in the hospital battling T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia since October. The Caravan will visit 26 Pacific Northwest communities over a three-week period. Today, the players, along with the Mariner Moose and broadcaster Mike Blowers, will make a stop at Borah Elementary School in Coeur d’Alene. (Dan Pelle)


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