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Tune in as Make-A-Wish® kids meet their sports heroes.

Starting July 15 and continuing through the week, sports fans can catch different stories of
Make-A-Wish kids meeting their sports heroes. Each segment will take viewers on an in-depth journey into the child’s life, medical condition and the transformative wish experience. The series will come to a conclusion on July 20, with a compilation feature highlighting the full roster of this year’s wishes. Each story may also be viewed at ESPN.com following its original air date.

For the 13th consecutive year, the series will be hosted by Emmy Award-winning reporter Chris Connelly. The series features elite athletes of all kinds. This year’s participants include golf champion Jordan Spieth; 27-time World Series winning team, the New York Yankees; NFL all-time great Larry Fitzgerald and NBA all-star Jimmy Butler.  

  • Morgan steps out onto the golf course with her hero, Jordan Spieth.

  • As part of her wish experience, Morgan tees off with Jordan Spieth!

  • Morgan looks on as golf champion Jordan Spieth lined up a shot.

  • Morgan and her family posed with Jordan Spieth during her wish.

  • Luca hangs out with Yankees player Gary Sanchez and former Yankee, Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez!

  • Luca meets Yankees' outfielder, Giancarlo Stanton during his day with the team!

  • As part of his wish, Luca stood with the team for the national anthem.

  • Luca and Yankees' manager Aaron Boone discuss team statistics and plays.

  • Tennyson's wish was granted when he met Arizona Cardinals' wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

  • Cardinals' cornerback Patrick Peterson drops in to see Tennyson and Larry Fitzgerald.

  • Tennyson has a great day playing on the field with his hero, Larry Fitzgerald!

  • Emmy-award winning reporter Chris Connelly interviewed Tennyson at his family's home.

  • Ethan and Jimmy Butler got the chance to shoot some hoops one-on-one.

  • Ethan’s wish came true when he met Minnesota Timberwolves’ guard, Jimmy Butler.

  • Jimmy Butler spent the day having fun with Ethan and his family.

  • Ethan’s whole family came along for the unforgettable wish experience.

Make-A-Wish extends its thanks to Disney and ESPN for their support of the “My Wish” series, and for their help in creating these incredible wish experiences. Beyond assisting with this year’s series, Disney – which owns ESPN – has been a steadfast friend of Make-A-Wish for 38 years and has helped the organization grant more than 120,000 Disney-related wishes, including the first official wish in 1980.


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