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-- -- -- -- We look under the -- afternoon it's not the first thing you'd normally see from a guy getting set to play catch part of the case of Tom Willis.
What does does born without arms cited -- learn how to do everything with my legs and my feet everything from writing even driving a car and pitching a baseball.
And that's why -- is here at one of the most historic ballparks in the country.
Invited personally by the Red Sox to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway.
How many people get to warm up on Fenway field.
It is amazing.
But getting the federal -- has been a difficult journey.
Born without arms and hands he used -- -- during his youth.
-- -- those that decided to embrace -- -- it's my number one goal was to live my life to be the best person I could be.
Not the best disabled person I could be shortly after moving out of the West Coast the Washington DC native started a pitch for awareness campaign.
Having perfected the art of grabbing a baseball with his feet.
He set a goal throwing out the first pitch at every ballpark in the country.
Seven years later.
He makes -- Fenway debut.
Another ballpark another milestone reached.
A man who inspires one for the time.
-- instead notes on you'll never played baseball you don't have -- What do they know.
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