Jacobs was touched by the gesture and told Armento's mother, Julie, that he would be in New Jersey for a short time this week while he packed up his belongings and moved his family to the Bay Area. He thought his original idea for a meeting place, Chuck E. Cheese, might cause too much of scene. So they settled on a bounce house.
Jacobs brought his five-year-old son along, and the four kids -- Jacobs included -- played non-stop for nearly two hours. Julie Armento said no one even took a water break.
BJ also gave the boy, Joseph Armento, a signed helmet and five bucks. And he didn't shatter his ankle and bleed all over the joint. Good stuff.
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