Minnesota Wild player Charlie Coyle waving at a young fan and putting a huge smile on his face.
Former Milwaukee Brewers centerfielder Carlos Gomez brought this girl to tears when he gave her a hug.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. surprised this youth football team and they couldn’t contain their excitement.
LeBron James went across the court–during a game–to congratulate a Special Olympian as he was being honored during a time out at a Celtics game.
After the game, LeBron went back over to the kid and gave him his game worn shoes.
Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen gave these young brothers his batting gloves and the kids went NUTS.
Former Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman, who is deaf, received a letter from deaf twins Riley and Erin that told him he is their inspiration. He ended up surprising them with a visit to their home and tickets to the 2014 Super Bowl.
Former Red Wings hockey player Jordin Tootoo gave this kid his hockey stick and the young fella had a grin from ear to ear.
A young Lions fan found himself in enemy territory when the Titans were walking through the tunnel, but the players paraded him with high fives and linebacker Wesley Woodyard picked him up and gave him a high five.
Former Memphis Grizzlies power forward Zach Randolph went over to give a high five to a special needs child and ended up giving him his warm-up shirt.
This young fan caught a foul ball and decided to talk some smack to Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera.
Cabrera smiled back at the kid and gave him some props.
Later in the game, Cabrera went up to the kid and gave him batting gloves, a bat, and a ball.
Ted Ginn Jr. gives a ball to a young fan–even in enemy territory.
Former Montreal Canadien Dale Weise made the simple gesture of giving this kid a puck and the boy couldn’t be more delighted.
This young fan got hit by a ball earlier in the game, and Angels centerfielder Mike Trout decided to cheer him up by giving the kid his bat.