WATCH: 5-year-old receives cool prosthetic hand, throws out first pitch
Give it up for Jack Carder, who received a pretty cool prosthetic arm and then tossed out the first pitch at a Columbus Clippers game.
Five-year-old baseball enthusiast Jack Carder was born with no fingers -- only a thumb -- on his right hand. In order to make things a little easier for Jack, Siena College physics students affiliated with the e-NABLE nonprofit used 3D printing technology to make him a prosthetic hand with an Iron Man look to it. Check it out ...
(Image: Joseph Fairley)
Pretty cool. It so happens that the Tuesday night game of Jack's hometown team, the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, occasioned his receiving his new Iron Man hand. As a bonus, he threw out the ceremonial first pitch ...
Great job, Jack. Great job, Sience College and e-NABLE.
(Wink of CBS eye: ABC News)
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