PHOENIX, Az. (CNN) — At his first Arizona Fall League baseball game, Tim Tebow made a hit for the way he comforted a fan having a medical emergency.
The man was watching Tebow’s first baseball game at Camelback Ranch on Tuesday when he had a seizure and collapsed.
“And then all of a sudden, I started feeling really hot,” recalled Brandon Berry from his hospital bed. “Then I just blacked out.”
Coughing and gasping for air, Berry woke up to a familiar face.
“Then I knew, I was like, ‘Oh my,'” said Berry.
His angel in the outfield was none other than Tebow.
“It was very shocking. I don’t think he would ever stop by to see me,” said Berry.
Berry had just had a severe seizure, made worse by the heat of the day. For nearly 20 minutes, Tebow comforted him, talked to him and even prayed with him.
“It was very helpful because I usually have somebody that I know with me, but this time it was different because I didn’t have a lot of people that I knew there. But to see him, knowing him off TV, it was kind of helpful,” said Berry.
It was all caught on camera and that video went viral.
“It’s a little overwhelming because I’m just a guy who has seizures,” said Berry. “I didn’t think that something like this would be going all over the country. ” This is the second time Tebow has done something like this.
Back in June, he prayed with the family of a man having a medical emergency on a flight from Atlanta to Phoenix.
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