Mary Reuland listens to the heart of her son, Konrad, who died in December, transplanted into former MLB baseball player Rod Carew.
Mary Reuland listens to the heart of her son, Konrad, who died in December, transplanted into former MLB baseball player Rod Carew. American Heart Association/AP
Mary Reuland listens to the heart of her son, Konrad, who died in December, transplanted into former MLB baseball player Rod Carew. American Heart Association/AP

Rod Carew got a new heart, kidney from former Baltimore Ravens tight end Konrad Reuland

April 17, 2017 06:54 PM

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