During the sixth inning of yesterday's spring training exhibition game in Surprise, Arizona between the Kansas City Royals and Cincinnati Reds, Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman - who holds the record for fastest pitch in Major League history at 105 MPH - was drilled in the head by a 110 MPH line drive.
I always stop and thank a United States Serviceman or woman. I have seen this letter go around to many different social networking places so this is just in case you have not seen it! So amazing and you might shed a tear or ten.
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