VIDEO: Jonathan India’s touching gesture to fan with autism at Bengals game

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Jonathan India, player for the Cincinnati Reds and current National League Rookie of the Year, starred in an emotional moment during the NFL Bengals game, having an encounter with Patrick Kinman, a fan with autism, who among other things, confessed his love for baseball.

Jonathan India showed that he is a star both on and off the field of play, and what was just a few minutes for him, for young Patrick Kinman it was a moment he will surely remember for a lifetime.

After the meeting, the second baseman of the Cincinnati Reds made the gesture to ‘follow’ the young fan on Instagram, and immediately promised him tickets to any Reds games he wants during the 2022 Major League Baseball season.

With 25 years of age, India debuted in the MLB with the Cincinnati team during the 2021 season, in which he participated in 150 games, posting an average of .269 with 21 home runs, 69 RBI, 98 runs scored, 12 stolen bases and an .835 OPS.

Moments like this continue to show us that sport in its different disciplines is an important means of transmitting emotions and capturing unforgettable and emotional moments that mark the lives of the fans and the athletes themselves.

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