John Krasinski Treats Boston Healthcare Workers to Lifetime Red Sox Tickets
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The actor/filmmaker behind 'A Quiet Place Part II' talks about the special arrangement when interviewing baseball legend David Ortiz on his YouTube series 'Some Good News'.

AceShowbiz - John Krasinski has lifted the spirits of healthcare workers in his native Boston, Massachusetts by providing them with Red Sox baseball tickets for life.

The "A Quiet Place" star shared the good deed during his new YouTube series "Some Good News" on Sunday, April 12.

During a segment, in which he interviewed Red Sox legend David Ortiz, the actor revealed he had arranged for workers at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to pick up a lifetime supply of free tickets to the team's games.

Krasinski also announced that bosses at communications company AT&T would be providing three months of free wireless service for doctors and nurses throughout the U.S. during the pandemic.

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