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Boston Bombing Survivors Throw First Pitches At A Red Sox Game!

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The Red Sox continue to show their love and support to all of the victims of the horrific bombings during the Boston Marathon last month.

Jeff Bauman, who lost both of his legs in the mayhem, was wheeled out to the mound at Fenway Park by his rescuer Carlos Arrendondo where they simultaneously threw out the ceremonial first pitches!

Ch-ch-check out the heartwarming moment (above)!

Wheelchair or no wheelchair, Jeff certainly didn't waste the moment as he threw a perfect strike right down the middle to catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia!

It probably didn't hurt that just moments before, he was getting pitching tips from future Hall of Famer and Red Sox legend Pedro Martinez!

We know there isn't supposed to be any crying in baseball, but we DARE you to watch the clip and not get a little choked up!

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7 comments to “Boston Bombing Survivors Throw First Pitches At A Red Sox Game!”



  1. 1

    Looks like he had a great time, the best of luck you have a great future ahead of you stay strong

  2. Nicole says – reply to this


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    Great story P! BTW its Pedro not "Pedor" I'm sure its just a typo though :)



  3. 3

    Boston Strong all the way!!! LOVE my hometown and all of these heroes and survivors!!! You are ALL an inspiration!!! Stay Strong!!!!!

  4. caravaggio the humble says – reply to this


    4

    GOD I feel for this guy.

  5. Melissa says – reply to this


    5

    It's pretty shitty that I, or anyone else for that matter, have to sit through a commercial to see this. This person deserves more that that!

  6. sally says – reply to this


    6

    the commentary before their pitch was highly dramatized, insensitive, and made little to no sense. who signed off on that! they deserved better.

  7. Gianna says – reply to this


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    That's soooo beautiful and touching! It makes me cry with mixed feelings of sorrow and happiness that we have such beautiful HEROES in our society that will triumph over there worst nightmare! I give up on Humans most of the time…but then along comes a HERO like this young beautiful man…and he inspires HOPE in me once again! GOD BLESS YOU!!!!