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Captain America Brings Happiness To Seattle Children's Hospital

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03/16/2015 4:10 pm
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Captain America Brings Happiness To Seattle Children's Hospital | Captain America
Media Courtesy of Seattle Children's Hospital
If you are a huge Marvel fan (and who isn't?!) then you'll be aware of Chris Evans and Chris Pratt's Superbowl bet. Long story short, the Super Soldier and Galaxy Guardian both support rival teams and entered into a little wager. Evans (Captain America) is a fan of the New England Patriots, meanwhile Pratt (Star Lord) is a die-hard follower of the Seattle Seahawks. So the bet was - if the Seahawks win,  Evans would fly to Seattle and visit a children's hospital as Captain America. And vice-versa, with Pratt visiting a children's hospital in Boston if the Patriots won. Star Lord has already visited Christopher's Haven, a Boston home for families with children battling cancer, and now Captain America has made several children at Seattle Children's Hospital much, much happier. Proving that they are both great guys and there are no losers in Marvel bets! Evans suited up in full costume to visit lots of brave children and Pratt rocked up too, in normal clothes having already donned his Star Lord gear. Lots of photos from the day are now online and the smiles on the kid's faces say it all. https://twitter.com/lburman32/status/574304307807301632 https://twitter.com/DibbersBakes/status/574312127055421443 https://twitter.com/MarieMJS/status/574303847159623680 https://twitter.com/JenniferSheets4/status/574300327660249088 https://twitter.com/seattlechildren/status/574367262171209728 https://twitter.com/seattlechildren/status/574364093873659904

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