Remember That 14-Year Old Catcher With One Arm? The Orioles Invited Him Over for a Catching Clinic

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Remember That 14-Year Old Catcher With One Arm? The Orioles Invited Him Over for a Catching Clinic

Interesting

Back at the beginning of May, we took a look at an eighth grade catcher, Luke Terry, who was impressing folks around the world with his ability to play baseball with just one arm.

Well, the Baltimore Orioles caught wind of Terry’s story (which you can read about here) and they invited him to the ballpark before their game against the Indians.

The result is fantastic:

Terry received a “catching clinic” from Major League catchers Welington Castillo and Caleb Joseph, and, clearly, didn’t take it for granted. He is a legitimately and genuinely impressive person (let alone ballplayer), and it’s been amazing to see the waves he’s already made.

I can’t wait to see what he does next.


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Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami writes about MLB at Baseball Is Fun. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami.