A 16-year-old baseball player felt the presence of his late grandfather last weekend when he did something he never thought he could do. He hit the home run, which his grandfather had requested days before. Maybe he benefited from some other-worldly help.
“The last time I talked to him, he wanted me to hit a home run. I told him I’m not sure I could do that, I’m not that big type of player that hits home runs.”
On Tuesday afternoon, the day before his grandfather’s funeral, Jonathan Sabo played ball. On a 0-2 pitch, the Charleston boy did what he’s never done in his life.
His coach Randy Carlson says he even tears up recalling the story of the ball that should have gone foul.
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