Jon Tuscan, holding his dog, Mick, and his wife Sarah Tuscan are expecting their first child in late May. The couple and their pet posed for a portrait on Friday, April 24, 2015 at South Meck's baseball field. Two years after winning the state championship, South Meck baseball coach Jon Tuscan is two years clear of having his testicular cancer go into remission, a period where doctors say he is out of the woods. His baseball team is again in the hunt for states, playing rival Providence Tuesday. He was diagnosed after his dog, Mick, jumped his lap with such ferocity that he went to the doctor for pain. That canine leap saved his life.
Jon Tuscan, holding his dog, Mick, and his wife Sarah Tuscan are expecting their first child in late May. The couple and their pet posed for a portrait on Friday, April 24, 2015 at South Meck's baseball field. Two years after winning the state championship, South Meck baseball coach Jon Tuscan is two years clear of having his testicular cancer go into remission, a period where doctors say he is out of the woods. His baseball team is again in the hunt for states, playing rival Providence Tuesday. He was diagnosed after his dog, Mick, jumped his lap with such ferocity that he went to the doctor for pain. That canine leap saved his life. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Jon Tuscan, holding his dog, Mick, and his wife Sarah Tuscan are expecting their first child in late May. The couple and their pet posed for a portrait on Friday, April 24, 2015 at South Meck's baseball field. Two years after winning the state championship, South Meck baseball coach Jon Tuscan is two years clear of having his testicular cancer go into remission, a period where doctors say he is out of the woods. His baseball team is again in the hunt for states, playing rival Providence Tuesday. He was diagnosed after his dog, Mick, jumped his lap with such ferocity that he went to the doctor for pain. That canine leap saved his life. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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