Rosie McRackan, 6, runs to home base at a T-ball game this summer. Rosie is missing her left forearm and entire right leg. Last year, she joined the Bluejays, a T-ball team with the Cary Parks and Recreation for 5- to 7-year-olds. The team is part of Cary Parks and Recreation’s Inclusion Services program, where children with disabilities are integrated into traditional league teams.
Rosie McRackan, 6, runs to home base at a T-ball game this summer. Rosie is missing her left forearm and entire right leg. Last year, she joined the Bluejays, a T-ball team with the Cary Parks and Recreation for 5- to 7-year-olds. The team is part of Cary Parks and Recreation’s Inclusion Services program, where children with disabilities are integrated into traditional league teams. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com
Rosie McRackan, 6, runs to home base at a T-ball game this summer. Rosie is missing her left forearm and entire right leg. Last year, she joined the Bluejays, a T-ball team with the Cary Parks and Recreation for 5- to 7-year-olds. The team is part of Cary Parks and Recreation’s Inclusion Services program, where children with disabilities are integrated into traditional league teams. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com

For Cary girl, playing T-Ball shows her life is without limits

September 28, 2016 06:00 AM