Battling cancer since he was 9 months old, 14-year-old Mo Gaba passed away on Tuesday. Yet the Orioles and Ravens superfan's legacy of courage ripples on. The baseball team is not only electing him into the Orioles Hall of Fame, but also honoring his memory with The Wild Bill Hagy Award, making him the second person to receive th award. His relationship with the team began when he was nine and called into a local sports radio show without his mother knowing. His enthusiasm and positivity were an instant standout. Soon Gaba began connecting with the team regularly, throwing the opening pitch at an Orioles game on Kids' Opening Day in 2017 and announcing "Play ball!" for the occasion in 2019. The then-13-year-old even announced the Baltimore Ravens draft pick in Braille. Gaba had battled cancer four times and lost his sight in both eyes. His resilience and spirit repeatedly touched many team members and the broader community, making him something of a legend in the Baltimore, Md., area.