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Being Blind Didn’t Stop This Teen From Nailing The First Pitch Of A MLB Game

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A blind teen named Max Ashton did something many felt would be impossible for him: throwing a successful first pitch at a Major League Baseball game. As a representative and graduate of the Foundation for Blind Children, Max Ashton threw the first pitch in the 2011 National League Division Series game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Milwaukee Brewers.

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