The baseball player gave his mansion for $9.5 million to charity

The baseball player gave his mansion for $9.5 million to charity

Before Christmas – a few days, and that means even more good stories, which all of us it is not enough.

So, starting pitcher of the baseball team Texas Rangers Cole Hamels with his wife Heidi donated his mansion and 100 acres of land in southwest Missouri to charity.

The baseball player gave his mansion for $9.5 million to charity

As reported by The Associated Press, the mansion will be a camp for children with special needs and chronic illnesses and their siblings.
According Realtor.com, building area more than 32 thousand square feet, and purchased he was an athlete for 9 million 418 thousand dollars.

Sam Cole Hamels said that he and his wife just wanted to fulfill childhood dreams and felt I had to do it.

«Seeing the kids’ faces, hearing their laughter, we thought that we will be able to help. There is nothing that could compare with that feeling,» added Hamels.

The mansion is located near Reeds Springs. The wife of baseball player grew up in Missouri.

The couple’s lawyer said they thought the house will be their dream home. But later Hamels signed a contract with «Rangers», and the family moved to Texas.

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