For me, baseball is so much more than a job or a sport that I enjoy. Of the many memories I have from watching baseball, some of the best include ones bonding with my dad or the conversations I had with friends while watching a game.
About a month ago, Dan Kolko introduced us to a story of Richard and Kent Wilson, a father and son who bonded over Nationals games while Richard was battling cancer.
After Richard lost his battle, Kent touched the D.C. community by giving away their season tickets to fellow Nats fans for free.
Today on "Nats Xtra," Dan recalled the story, sitting down with Kent and sharing the impact that the family had on many Nationals fans. Check out video of the piece below and read the full story here.