Elibeth Bautista knows exactly what she’ll do when Phil Weitz steps off the plane in Hawaii.
She’ll run up to him and wrap him in a tight hug.
She’ll cry, no question. That’s a given.
And she’ll listen — maybe with a stethoscope she’ll buy especially for that moment — to the lub-dub, lub-dub, lub-dub coming from beneath the long, red scar on Weitz’s chest.
“It’s going to be really, really special,” Bautista, 31, told the Herald. “It’s going to…