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Watch this Little Leaguer, born with one hand, hit a monster home run

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Eleven-year-old Keenan Briggs was born with a congenital upper limb difference that resulted in his left arm stopping just past his elbow. That doesn't make too much difference to him as a ballplayer, though - he made the Warren County South All-Star team this year (that's in Kentucky), and according to the Bowling Green Daily News, he went 4-for-9 in the district tournament, with a double and a home run.  

Yeah, a home run:

From the Bowling Green Daily News:

Finding that right power to hit one over the fences was a feat Keenan thought would take a few more years of growth and development. Even his parents didn't know he had that much power in his swing.

"I thought it would be a few years from now," Keenan said. "I've always wanted to know what it felt like to run the bases. It felt amazing to jog instead of run."

Read more about Keenan's journey here

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