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MLB Batboy with Down Syndrome Gets His Own Baseball Card

MLB Batboy with Down Syndrome Gets His Own Baseball Card

The young MLB fan who inspired a team now has his own baseball card. Back in April, 30-year-old Teddy Kremer, who has Down sydrome, won an auction and got to be the Cincinnati Reds’ batboy for a game. The appearance made such an impact on the team that they eventually invited Teddy back. During his last appearance with the Reds, he asked that the pitching staff record 11 strike outs (so that the attending crowd could receive free pizza as part of a promotion), the team to score 11 runs and asked one of his favorite players, Todd Fraizer to hit a homerun. By the end of the game, all of Teddy’s requests were granted. Now, the young man who stole the hearts of baseball fans everywhere is being immortalized with his very own Topps baseball card. You can go here to read more about Teddy Kremer and see a video of the tear-jerking moment when he greeted Fraizer at home plate following the homerun …

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