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Most people probably wouldn't ask a teammate to cut their hair right before a game. That requires trust and from the teammate, experience with some clippers. But Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Keston Hiura didn't mind and proceeded to let pitcher Josh Hader shave his head.

Hiura wasn't looking for a fresh fade, however, he wanted to honor his mother who is battling a form of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and was at her son's game on Wednesday in San Diego.

According to Hiura via his Instagram post, his mom Janice was diagnosed with B-cell Follicular Lymphoma in February, and during the Brewers' road trip against the Padres, it's the first time he's seen her since she found out about her cancer and started receiving chemotherapy.

So, why did Hiura have Hader cut his hair?

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His mom always joked with him about how she was going to lose her hair, as happens to many who get cancer.

The first baseman then decided to get a buzz cut to show his love and support for his mom in her fight against the horrific disease.

Here's what Hiura said about his loving mother:

"She is so strong and has such a positive outlook on this whole journey she is going through!"

The 24-year-old will continue to be there for his family, and in case he needs another haircut, he has a personal barber in the clubhouse who's ready to go.