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Boy With Prosthetic ‘Iron Man’ Hand Throws Out First Pitch at Baseball Game

Jack Carder
MiLB

The newest superhero has a thing for the national pastime.

Ohio’s Jack Carder, 5, was born with only a thumb on one of his hands, so a team of from Siena College and the nonprofit group e-NABLE worked together to outfit him with an Iron Man-inspired prosthetic.

Carder, a big sports fan, even got to throw out the first pitch at a recent home game for the Triple-A Columbus Clippers.

You can learn more about Jack’s incredible story below and the effort involved in getting his hand made:

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