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MLB teams are stepping up to help a 7-year old girl accomplish her first pitch dreams

She wants to throw out a first pitch at every ballpark, and is well on her way to doing it. A 7-year old girl is on a mission to throw out the first pitch at every baseball stadium in the country, and with the help of many baseball teams it sure looks like she’s going to get it. Hailey Dawson, a young girl who was born with a rare disease called Poland Syndrome, is hoping to reach her goal because she loves baseball.
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