Transcript for Little League Cancer Survivor Gets to Meet Baseball Idol Mike Trout
Time for "Operation back to school" a home run surprise for thoughtful little leaguers who kicked off the school year celebrating a special teammate. Abbie Boudreau has the story. Hi, boys. Reporter: A field of dreams, we have a big surprise for you. No longer just a dream for these little leaguers. The field is yours. Go. Oh, my gosh. Reporter: As the Los Angeles angels of Anaheim invited these little angels into the outfield. Off this one. Reporter: Home to one of the biggest names in baseball, history making Mike trout. A day of many firsts for these West Covina, California, boys whose love of the game and their teammates extends far beyond baseball. Do you feel like a pro right now? Yeah, pretty much. Reporter: 14-year-old Jalen Fong is a pitcher. He's also a leukemia survivor. And it was his baseball buddies, he says, that helped him through six long years of treatment. It would make me forget about my treatments I had at the hospital. He would get treatments on Thursday and show up on Saturdays and play in the game. Reporter: Today is a back to school celebration for Jalen and his teammates. Don't ever let anybody tell you can't do it. Reporter: With tips from angels coach and some baseball drills. All right. Left. All right. The importance of hand/eye coordination after repetition, it'll train the hands and eyes to work together. Reporter: They use that eagle-eyed vision to tackle a word game of our own. We have an "R" up there. Have any guesses? "T." Reporter: Which revealed the ultimate surprise. What's your guess? Mike trout. What's going on? You guys good. Be a good kid and stay out of trouble and, you know, things will lead you in the right way. Reporter: And be a really good hitter like him. Then it's Jalen's turn. I wanted to meet you. Everything good? Yeah. Reporter: Handing his idol one of his courage wristbands. I appreciate it. I'll wear it right now. You watch tonight. I'll be wearing it at the plate. Cool. Hopefully get me some hits. Reporter: And he kept his word, getting hits. Ripped into center field. Reporter: And creating memories for a lifetime. For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, Anaheim, California. What a great story that was
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