Player’s daughter with leukemia throws first pitch

Cleveland Indians’ Mike Aviles catches the ceremonial first pitch from his daughter Adriana as his wife, Jessy, watches prior to the Indians’ baseball game against the New York Yankees on Thursday, Aug.13, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Aaron Josefczyk

Here’s your daily dose of sweetness.

In Cleveland last night, the twin four-year-old daughters of player Mike Aviles threw out the first pitch in the Indians’ game against the Yankees.

One of them, Adriana, was diagnosed with leukemia in May.

Aviles isn’t having much of a season for his team. He’s batting just .218 in limited duty.

But nobody in Cleveland — not the fans and not the players — cares. Because baseball is just a game.