Inspiring Little Leaguer With Down Syndrome Strikes Out Batter to End Game
This is why little kids playing baseball is so special.
Brayden Gero is a 12-year-old boy from suburban Boston who is rightfuly going viral after he recorded a save by striking out the final batter in his final Little League game of the season.
After he punches out the batter, players from both sides storm the mound and mob Brayden in a true show of sportsmanship.
It was a tremendous way for Brayden to end the season. He spent the whole year patrolling the outfield and, amidst a sea of walks and strikeouts, notched his one and only hit last week. He scored his lone run of the season in the finale, as well.
Brayden is certainly no stranger to fame. After the Patriots beat the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX, he managed to ride in the parade with Tom Brady.