Young Braves fan has heartwarming reaction to winning a Ronald Acuña Jr. signed bat

There's no crying in baseball...until those moments that make you shed some tears.

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This past Saturday, trading card stores around the country celebrated the Topps Hobby Rip Night. A high volume of celebrities such as Tom Brady, Odell Beckham Jr., and Atlanta Braves own Ronald Acuña Jr. made appearances at local trading card stores to engage with fellow sports card collecting fanatics.

One of the greatest moments to occur from the night of the 24th, was when a young Braves fan saw his dreams come true. Sometimes sports can just hit you all in the feels, and once you get a glimpse of ten year-old Reed Logan's reaction, you'll understand why.

Get ready to cry

If you couldn't tell from the video, Reed and his dad Matt Logan are huge Braves fans, and avid card collectors. Reigning NL MVP Ronald Acuña Jr. just happens to be Reed's favorite baseball player, and his reaction to winning a signed bat from the Braves superstar can attest to that.

It was about as heartwarming a 21 second video as you can find. From the exuberance of hearing his dad's name called as the winning ticket, to the tears Reed is unable to hold back as he clinches the bat tightly against his head, to the joyful hug and embrace between father and son as they soak in the moment. These are some of the best things to come from sports.

To make this story even better, we got an amazing update from the father Matt Logan via X (formerly known as Twitter). According to Matt, his son Reed described the moment as a night he will never forget, and that he plans to give the bat to his future son once he turns 10. Wow, keep it up dad you're doing great!

As we find ourselves complaining about so many of the small inconveniences in life, sometimes it's nice to take a step back and see these heartwarming moments to remind us that there is still a lot to feel good about. This time all it took was a special father-son connection, a lot of love for Braves baseball, a night celebrating trading cards and sports memorabilia collecting, and one Ronald Acuña Jr. signed bat.

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