‘Please Keep Praying For Me As I Continue To Get Better’: Injured Little Leaguer Provides Update On His Condition

A video of Little Leaguer Easton Oliverson (nickname ‘Tank’) in which he speaks after being transferred to his home state was recently shared online. 

The Instagram clip shared by @miraclesfortank showed the 12-year-old thanking everyone for their thoughts and prayers and encouraged them to keep him in their minds.

“Hi everyone, this is Easton — thank you for all of your prayers,” Easton said. “Please keep praying for me as I continue to get better, I know the prayers and blessings have worked, and that heavenly Father is blessing me.”

The boy was set to play in the Little League Baseball World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, with the Snow Canyon Little League team from his hometown of Utah, but received a bad skull injury after falling from a dormitory bed.

Consequently, Easton had to be brought to a hospital by air.

Thankfully, he has been on a steady path to recovery, even after suffering through a medically induced coma and having to eat through a tube. 

“While this is a great step forward, it’s bitter sweet leaving behind the people that have put their heart and souls into Easton’s recovery. THANK YOU to each and every individual at Geisinger Hospital who played a role in taking care of, and saving our boy,” the post read.


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A post shared by Easton Oliverson (@miraclesfortank)

The Instagram post also expressed gratitude for the medical team that has saved Easton’s life.

“They have executed each step in Easton’s journey from the first night until now with love, precision, intelligence, and care. We have, and will always have the utmost respect” the post said of the doctors.


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A post shared by Easton Oliverson (@miraclesfortank)

Even though Easton has gone through a hellish two weeks, his loved ones are optimistic that he will be fully recovered soon, and in preparation for his hometown return, the Little Leaguer has been “receiving physical therapy and working on different skills,” the Instagram post shared.

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