On Friday, L.A. Dodgers catcher Will Smith paid a visit to the University of Louisville hospital to drop off a very generous donation to the staff.
The Louisville baseball alum Smith helped pack and then delivered 100 Texas Roadhouse meals to employees, some of whom have been treating COVID-19 patients.
The University of Louisville Health tweeted some images of Smith alongside the frontline workers:
HOME RUN! @Dodgers catcher and Louisville native @will_smith30 helped pack and deliver 100 meals for health care workers at UofL Hospital today. The @LouisvilleBSB alum treated our team to some @texasroadhouse! pic.twitter.com/P01a7ZdnH3
— UofL Health (@UofLHealth) June 18, 2020
The Fresh Prince didn’t just drop the food off and bounce, but he also spent some time speaking with doctors as well as signing some memorabilia for employees as well.
Great Job Fresh Prince! Keep up the great work!
Smith played for the University of Louisville from 2014-16 before being drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2016 MLB Draft (1st Round, 32nd overall).