You’ll Feel All Kinds Of Patriotic When You See This Blind, Autistic Teen Deliver A Moving Rendition Of The National Anthem At A Baseball Game!

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Christopher Duffley was born prematurely, weighing less than two pounds at birth and rendered blind right from the beginning of his life — but that hasn’t stopped him from being an incredible example of inspiration!

On Monday, he was on hand at the MLB game between the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians at historic Fenway Park to deliver the National Anthem… and did he ever!!

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The 14-year-old is no stranger to performing the anthem in front of people. He’s apparently been at Fenway Park twice before, as well as performances at NASCAR races and elsewhere, so this was a breeze for him — but that didn’t make it any less awesome!!

Ch-ch-check out Duffley go all in on the Star Spangled Banner (below) and even work through a microphone malfunction, because he’s pretty much a badass:

Play ball! That was a solid rendition of the anthem!!

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Considering how much of a pro Duffley is, though, maybe we shouldn’t be surprised he nailed it?! He’s as smooth as can be on the mic!

‘Merica, indeed.

[Image via MLB.]

Aug 18, 2015 6:14pm PDT

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