Visually impaired boy fights to make baseball accessible and wins
When Ryan Huizdos’ Little League team was told it had to use the standard white ball at the District Tournament, he took his case to the U.S. Department of Justice. After a three-year battle, the league agreed to allow the yellow ball to be used for all visually-impaired kids nationwide.
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