George Springer joined the Houston Children's Chorus to surprise Hurricane Harvey victims
The holiday season is a time of joy, and George Springer is bringing holiday cheer to Houston through good works.
Earlier this week, Springer teamed up with the Houston Children's Chorus to pay a visit to Houstonians displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Though the kids did most of the singing, the Astros outfielder contributed in other ways. First he helped lead the chorus through a last-minute rehearsal:
World Series MVP George Springer and Houston Children's Choir partner with Megabus to sing carols for those affected by Hurricane Harvey at The Residences on Emancipation pic.twitter.com/n1mcfhUXTH- Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) December 13, 2017
And second -- and perhaps most importantly -- he brought his presence.
World Series MVP George Springer getting hugs and taking pictures with those affected by Hurricane Harvey at The Residences on Emancipation pic.twitter.com/BQyLv4hKLw- Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) December 13, 2017
Whether it was taking time to pose for pictures, giving out some hugs or sharing some words, Springer helped make this holiday season a time of joy for everyone.