VIDEO: San Francisco's 'Batkid' throws out first pitch in AT&T Park
A five-year-old boy battling leukemia got to throw out the ceremonial first pitch in AT&T Park Tuesday dressed as 'Batkid.'
We were very pleased to pass along the touching story of the "Batkid" back in November -- in which a 5-year-old battling leukemia was granted his wish to become Batman by the Make-a-Wish Foundation in San Francisco. It culminated in AT&T Park, the home of the Giants.
Miles Scott is the boy's name, and he returned to AT&T Park as Batkid on Tuesday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch in the Giants' home opener.
Here it is:
A bit dusty in here, eh?
Our Latest Stories
Kazmir will begin the season on the DL
Tebow struck out twice against Scherzer and got a taste of an elite fastball
It seems unlikely Las Vegas will be atop MLB's list of destinations whenever they expand or...
The Raiders are moving to Las Vegas, but the A's remain committing to staying in Oakland.
Canseco is joining NBC Sports California to provide Athletics coverage this year
Mike Trout played a little prank on the Angels former pitching coach with the help of his...