GOOD NEWS WATCH: 1st Kid to Get Double Hand Transplant Throws Pitch at O's Game
A boy who became the first child ever to receive a double hand transplant just threw out the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game.
9-year-old Zion Harvey has been doing physical therapy for the past year getting used to his new hands, and one of the tasks he's been practicing is how to grip and throw a baseball.
And on Tuesday, he got to put all that hard work to the test, throwing the ceremonial pitch at the Orioles game in Baltimore. He even got to throw the ball to his favorite player, outfielder Adam Jones!
Watch more on Zion's inspiring story.