Michael Kacer served 11 years in the National Guard and lost his left arm in a 2008 rocket attack. Last Friday, he took his 13 year old nephew to his first Yankees game.
As part of a group with Achilles International — a nonprofit organization devoted to athletes with disabilities —Kacer got to hang out on the field before the game, meeting Nick Swisher and posing for a photo with Joe Girardi.
During the Yankees' half of the first inning, Curtis Granderson popped a foul ball behind home plate. The ball hit off the concrete just inside the wall and bounced up toward the next level of seats. Kacer reached out over the railing and caught the ball with his cap.
Here is the video. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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