Dec. 26 (UPI) -- Kansas City Royals prospect Brady Singer paid off his parents' debt for a Christmas present.
The right-handed pitcher is ranked as the Royals' top prospect and is No. 60 overall, according to MLB Pipeline.
Singer posted a video of his gracious offering on Tuesday on social media.
"Today is very special to my heart," Singer wrote for the caption. "To give back to the two people who have given up everything to support my brother and I. I can't thank them enough. Love you Mom and Dad."
Today is very special to my heart. To give back to the two people who have given up everything to support my brother and I. I can’t thank them enough. Love you Mom and Dad pic.twitter.com/AFHi2Xma0c— Brady Singer (@Bsinger51) December 25, 2018
Singer's video featured his mother and father reading a letter he wrote to reveal the gift.
"I just want to say thank you for everything you've done to help me reach my dreams," Singer wrote in the letter. "From Woodlea Field to Kaufmann Stadium, there is absolutely no way I could have done all of this by myself. Both of you constantly took off of work and spent every dime you made just to put a smile on my face. My smile and appreciation for both of you has never stopped and never will."
"I will always remember traveling around Florida for baseball, trying to cheaply eat and save money but I never could because you both always wanted me to have the best stuff to help me pursue my dreams. The money you both spent on traveling, the gear, hotels, food and all of those Gatorades I drank is much more than I could ever give you, but there is something I want to give to you."
His mother then teared up as she read that her son was paying off their bank loan and all of his parents' debt.
Singer's post has nearly 25,000 views on Instagram and 155,000 likes and 30,000 retweets on Twitter. The 22-year-old was the No. 18 overall pick in the 2018 MLB June Amateur Draft. He received a $4.25 million signing bonus.
Singer posted a 12-3 collegiate record and had a 2.55 ERA in 17 appearances this season for Florida. He also led the Gators in innings pitched and was second in strikeouts.