Moment Baseball Player Cradles Dying Boy In His Arms Makes The World Cry


For nine-year-old Kaiser Carlile, there was nothing more exciting than baseball. He enjoyed being on the field as a bat boy for his local amateur baseball team. On August 2nd, during a National Baseball Congress World Series game in Wichita KS, Kaiser was standing outside the dugout, waving at the crowd, when he was struck on the head by a practice swing. He died on Sunday.

Kaiser, who was wearing a helmet when he was hit, collapsed and never regained consciousness. This newly-released photograph shows the moment a baseball player cradled the dying nine-year-old in his arms after he was fatally hit in the head.

Photo: AP

The image has gone viral with people from around the world sending their prayers and condolences to the family.

Kaiser, moments before the game. Photo: AP

A statement announcing the boy’s death was posted on the Facebook page of the Liberal Bee Jays of Liberal, KS. “With the permission of the family, and with much sorrow and a very broken heart, I regretfully inform everyone that Kaiser Carlile passed away earlier this evening. Please keep his family and our team in your thoughts and prayers,” the statement reads.

What a terrible loss! Please pray for this family and those involved in this tragic accident.

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