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When we were little kids, we’d always pretend to make the game-ending, home run-robbing catch over the centerfield wall. (Well, maybe that was just me, in which case I’m using the royal “we.”)
Luckily for this kid, he doesn’t have to pretend anymore, because he made an unbelievable catch to give his team a win in the 12th annual Travis Roy Foundation Wiffle Ball Tournament. The tournament is held at Little Fenway, a to-scale version of Fenway Park in Middle-of-Nowhere, Vermont (I’m pretty sure that’s what I entered in the GPS the one time I went there), and helps raise money to enhance the lives of those with spinal cord injuries and their families.
And yes, sorry, but I’m going to make you watch the video after the break: