That’s not the most interesting part.
In the video, after getting settled, he proceeded to check first base, twice, just like a real pitcher.
That’s showmanship. That’s brass. And considering he’s holding up the start of the game with that stuff, it’s almost arrogant.
Pretty impressive for a guy who can’t see anything.
A lot of physically less-abled people suffer derision and ostracism from local communities because they either haven’t the means to function on their own or haven’t been trained in how to help themselves.
Somewhere, someone took the time to coach young Max around his disability so that he could lead a relatively normal life.
So much so that he gained confidence enough to not only put himself into an opportunity to throw out the first pitch during a playoff game, not only ham it up before a large crowd of fans, but also to throw a near perfect strike to a catcher ninety feet away from him that he couldn’t even see.
Learn something from Max. He’s showing you how to live.