Found August 20, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
The Arizona Diamondbacks made 6-year old Kyle Byrd’s dream come true as you will witness in the video below. The D’backs continue to run a first class organization giving back to the less fortunate as seen when they drafted former ASU player Cory Hahn in the 34th round of the past draft. First class all the way in the Arizona. Well done! The post Arizona Diamondbacks Make 6 Year Olds Dream Come True appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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