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Mo Gaba Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Mo Gaba.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

#MoStong

We are heartbroken that our dear friend, Mo Gaba, is no longer with us. Mo, you taught us what it means to be strong, a fighter, and to not give up. You showed us that life can be hard and unfair but still beautiful. Your love, your lessons and memory will walk with us forever. We love you.

You better believe, Mo Gabba will be looking down on Camden Yards tonight for the Orioles Home Opener!

The 14-year old Orioles and Ravens super-fan lost his battle with cancer yesterday.
Over the years he captured all of our hearts!

Mo lost his eyesight to cancer at just nine months old and braved four more battles against the disease since then. Through it all, he never lost his fighting spirit and love for all things Orioles and Ravens. The players and teams loved him, too.

If you remember, the Ravens let him announce one of their draft picks in 2019. He became the first person ever to announce an NFL pick from braille.

Yesterday, before he passed, the Orioles making a big announcement, selecting him to their Hall of Fame

If you have a moment, watch this story.
The sports world lost a truly inspiring fan.
14 year old Mo Gaba passed away after a long battle with cancer, but he is leaving behind his uplifting spirit and positivity, it’s clear he touched so many lives in his short time on this earth.

 

We’re saddened to hear that Hopkins Kid Mo passed away after his battle with cancer. Beloved by Ravens and Orioles players for his tenacity, sports knowledge and infamous laugh, Mo became a local celebrity — making history in March 2019 as the first person to announce an NFL draft pick that was read in Braille. Mo was fighting cancer for the fourth time at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, but those who knew him would say that he never let his illness hold him back.

“The only thing I can say is stay positive. Don’t be negative. Look on the bright side. Make sure to laugh a lot. When you laugh, others laugh too. And then everybody feels better.

‪Our hearts are very heavy today after learning of the passing of Mo Gaba. Mo, you lifted everyone up and made such a large impact in a short time for so many in this community. Rest easy young man. You will he missed. #MoStrong ‬

The Orioles inducted Mo Gaba into the Orioles Hall of Fame hours prior to his passing.

What a class organization and a great kid. In his final hours the
@Orioles
gave Mo some happiness knowing he was going to pass soon.

Take 3 minutes out of your day to watch this.


Heartfelt condolences to our neighbor Mo Gaba. Mo lived with cancer for his 14 years of life & found passion in Baltimore sports. He was the first person to announce an NFL draft pick using Braille and was elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame only hours before he passed. #RIPMo

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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