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College Pitcher Relies on One Hand to Excel

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- Special thanks to all the people.

[CHEERS] PARKER HANSON: I guess as I got older, I had to embrace it and whatever.

I mean, there's no choice but to embrace it at that point.

Either you can hide in the shell and act like you don't have one hand and try to hide from other people, or you can go out there and show people that you're just like everyone else, even if you have two hands.

And you can affect a lot of people's lives by helping motivate and helping to make other people's lives better.

I've seen an example of if he has one hand, me too.

He can do it, I can do it.

Or anyone with a deficiency.

It helps all types of people.

Right away, when I was getting done with that first year, Coach [INAUDIBLE] gave me a call And he really made me feel good about continuing to play baseball and not stopping.

Because I was thinking about being done with baseball after last year, but he convinced me to keep going with it.

He thought it would be good for my future, so that feel like it was a good fit for me.

I think as long as you put your mind to it and you work hard, you can achieve whatever you want to.

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