Buster Posey isn't playing baseball for the Giants this season, but he's still finding ways to make an impact.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month, and the Giants catcher recently helped make the day for several kids battling cancer.
Posey and his family surprised seven kids who are being treated at Family House & UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland by joining a Zoom conference call with them.
The Poseys created the "BP28" foundation, which is helping in the fight against pediatric cancer by raising awareness and funding for research and treatment.
The Giants catcher decided not to play during the 2020 MLB season so that he and his wife Kristen could take care of newborn twin girls they adopted prior to the season. The babies were born prematurely.