Votto promises donation to fan, Suarez helps deliver

Adam Koss left SunTrust Park last weekend with an additional $2,500 for charity.

Koss, a 12-year-old who is traveling to all 30 parks prior to his bar mitzvah, is taking donations for every home run he witnesses. Donations fully go to charity.

When watching batting practice Friday in Atlanta, Koss met Scooter Gennett and Joey Votto, among other Reds.

Joey Votto pledges donation to fan and proves kindness is alive and well.

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Votto agreed to contribute $2,500 for every homer he or Eugenio Suarez hit that weekend, as well as $5,000 for any homers Billy Hamilton added.

Suarez homered Friday night, helping Koss’ cause.

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