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Ravens and Orioles Honor Superfan, Mo Gaba, Who Passed Away At Age 14

Mo Gaba holding hands with his mother on the Ravens field before a game
July 29, 2020

Mo Gaba, a 14-year-old Orioles and Ravens superfan, has passed away after four intense battles with cancer.

After becoming a regular caller on Baltimore sports radio stations, Gaba was invited announce the NFL draft pick. He then made headlines for being the first person to announce the NFL draft pick in braille.

Gaba quickly became a franchise favorite among the Orioles and Ravens, the two teams he was a dedicated fan of.

On Tuesday, the Ravens posted a beautiful tribute to Mo Gaba and his time spent with the team. The Orioles also posted a video where Mo Gaba is informed that he has been inducted into the Oriole’s Hall of Fame. Watch both videos below and please join us in lifting up prayers Mo Gaba’s family, loved ones, and all the people he touched in his time here on earth.

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