In a Facebook post, Abigail's father, Ruben Arias, said his daughter gave Altuve an "Abigail Strong" bracelet and a shirt that the girl designed with help from clothing brand Relentless Defender. Proceeds from sales of the shirts, which are available on the company's website, help Abigail's family cover medical costs, CBS News reported.
Altuve appeared to wear both items in social media photos, donning the shirt before he took the field and the bracelet during the game.
Follwing her meeting with Altuve, Abigail spoke to KHOU about the experience.
"I told him, 'Altuve, please make a home run for me,'" she told the TV station.
The MLB star told reporters that meeting Abigail meant a lot to him.
"If I can bring a smile to her face, I am happy to do it," he said, according to KHOU.
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