The 21-year-old son uses his first salary to pay off his parents‘ mortgage

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When Pavin Smith was only 21 years old, the baseball player signed a contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks, who gave him a $5 million bonus.

It wouldn’t be too strange to see him spending money on luxury cars,

some villas, or maybe even investing in some bad stocks that would ultimately crash

and burn given his relative youth and lack of possible life experience.

Pavin, on the other hand, exhibited none of these behaviors, at least not initially. Instead, he paid off his parents‘ debt by fully extinguishing the mortgage!

Furthermore, the first baseman sent a heartfelt letter to his parents for Christmas, explaining that he did it as a gift for them.

And their reactions were also recorded on video. Pavin’s letter, as reported by Inside Edition, reads:

„Thank you for raising me in a wonderful home full of love. Because of all the sacrifices you’ve made to get me where I am, I want our family home to be yours.“

Pavin continued, modestly saying that paying off his parents‘ mortgage can’t even begin to repay everything they’ve done for him over the years.

What a wonderful young man!

While most of us can’t match Pavin’s generosity, I mean, who has that kind of money to spare?

We all agree that this is definitely the kind of heartwarming gesture.

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