Holy smokes, San Francisco. Batkid saved the day again.
You may know him as Miles Scott, a dynamic 5-year-old boy who recently darted around San Francisco to save Gotham through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He is a leukemia patient who played hero for a day and rescued damsel in distress, freed the Giants’ mascot from the Penguin and led a rally of nearly 20,000 citizens who cheered him on at City Hall.
Batkid also has the ability to save the 49ers from a loss.
San Francisco faced the Seattle Seahawks at home on Sunday. This was a Seahawks team that recently dismantled the New Orleans Saints, 34-7, on Monday Night Football. Sure, San Francisco could have relied upon quarterback Colin Kaepernick to pull off a win.
But this was a job for the Batkid.
Scott watched Sunday's game on San Francisco's sidelines, and he saw the 49ers pull off a 19-17 victory. It was an important win to keep San Francisco in the NFC playoff race. The victory also kept the 49ers in contention for the NFC West title.
— Brodie Brazil (@brodiebrazilCSN) December 9, 2013
It appears there is nothing this little kid cannot do.
Thank you, Batkid, for inspiring all of us.
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