Make-A-Wish recipient runs the bases ahead of sold-out All-Star Game

“I get to say ‘Play ball’, too!” said 8-year-old Brayden Friberg.

SEATTLE — Perhaps the biggest home run of the MLB All-Star Game happened before the game even started.  

Kids from across the U.S. were granted trips to fly into Seattle for All-Star Week and one local boy took to the field to kick off the All-Star Game. Brayden Friberg, 8, had a hard time deciding on his wish but his love of baseball and passion for the Mariners made things a bit easier.  

Make-A-Wish of Alaska and Washington worked with the Mariners to create an unforgettable opportunity for Brayden to run the bases

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