Found October 08, 2011 on The Last Angry Fan:
Prior to game 4 of the NLDS between the Brewers and Diamondbacks, blind teenager Max Ashton, a graduate of the Foundation for Blind Children, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. And he nailed it. Ashton’s pitch was a perfect strike, and was infinitely better than the majority of ceremonial first pitches I’ve seen (see Dell’Abate, Gary and Wall, John).  Tack on the fact that the kid is blind makes it all the more special. Video of Max’s memorable first pitch follows the jump… Well done young man…well done indeed. [via Buzzfeed]
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