WATCH: The Media Doesn't Want You to Know Athletes Can Be Good People - OLF

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This week, I decided to go positive and tell the story of Cleveland Indians outfielder Yasiel Puig and his recent visit to a Jewish summer camp for kids who've been diagnosed with various types of cancer or blood disorders.

It might behoove the media to report more good news, or happier news, every now and then. Instead, we typically get the negative variety of news, because it incites people more and keeps people divided.

Don't forget to watch the video at the top. Stay tuned to MRCTV for more!

Sources: Jewish Telegraphic Agency, The Blaze, Camp Simcha Website (About Section), baseball-reference.com (Yasiel Puig statistics page), YouTube (Chai Lifeline, Camp Simcha/Puig Video)

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