Mattress Mack gifts young man battling cancer tickets to Game 6, 7 of World Series

A grateful Houston family received two big surprises by Mattress Mack with World Series tickets for Game six and seven. 

Mattress Mack gave the Luchak family prime seats located bottom of center field where he says you're feet away from the players. 

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The Luchak family told FOX 26, this will be the first time in many months where they can momentarily forget about their trouble and treatment and just have fun at the ballpark. 

Trey, an avid Astros fan, was diagnosed with Clear Cell Sarcoma in July, which is a soft tissue cancer that typically develops on the arms, legs, feet, and hands. Trey developed cancer on his foot. 

"This is a dream come true, it really is. Thank you so much," says his aunt, Vanessa Luchak.

"It’s hard, what we are going through. To take a family break and to get out of the house and go, I mean oh my gosh," says David Luchak, Trey’s father. 


Trey tells FOX 26, like many cancers, he first noticed a lump.

"A couple of years ago, there was a little bump on my foot. I didn’t think much of it but went to the foot doctor and it was pretty bad," said Trey. "I needed to go see an oncologist. They diagnosed me with Clear Cell Sarcoma in my foot that’s growing."

It’s a rare cancer that Trey will be going to California soon to take part in a trial study. 

"Sarcoma is a rare cancer and Clear Cell represents about 1% within the group," says Vanessa. 


Vanessa tells us this form of cancer mainly affects kids and young adults between the ages of seven and 27.

The Luchak family also commented about the iconic moment during game 4 of the World Series when everyone took a moment to ’Stand up to Cancer."

"With this series, you see them doing a lot with cancer awareness, which has obviously touched us close to home," said David.