Twelve-year-old Matthew Beichner, of Colorado Springs, plays catch with Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen in PNC Park on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.  The Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh Pirates teamed up to host Beichner, who is diagnosed with Germinoma, for a day of activities.  

While playing catch with Matthew Beichner, Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen jokingly jumps into the center field wall at PNC Park on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.  

After eating a meal and playing catch with 12-year-old Matthew Beichner, a Colorado Springs native diagnosed with Germinoma, center fielder Andrew McCutchen walks with Beichner off the field.  

Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen, left, walks with 12-year-old Matthew Beichner and his family towards PNC Park’s media room for a special announcement.  

While waiting to hear a special announcement during his Make-A-Wish trip to PNC Park, Matthew Beichner, 12, of Colorado Springs, looks around the room at PNC Park where the Pirates host press conferences on July 22, 2014.  

Pittsburgh Pirate’s President Frank Coonelly, left, surprises 12-year-old Matthew Beichner, a guest of the Pirates and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, by signing him to a one-day contract with the team.  

Pittsburgh Pirates Senior Vice President and General Manager Neal Huntington gives Matthew Beichner, 12, of Colorado Springs, a personalized Pirates jersey after Beichner was signed to a one day contract with the team.  

Matthew Beichner, 12, stands in front of his own personal locker in the Pirates Clubhouse, while talking with center fielder Andrew McCutchen, his favorite player.  

Wearing his personalized jersey, Matthew Beichner comes onto the field to watch batting practice before the Pirates would take on the Los Angeles Dodgers at PNC Park on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.   

Matthew Beichner, a 12-year-old from Colorado Springs diagnosed with Germinoma, watches the Pittsburgh Pirates batting practice at PNC Park on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.