Boy without legs throws first pitch at Myrtle Beach Pelicans game
Gabe Davis, a nine-year-old boy from Cleveland, threw out the first pitch at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball game June 22. Davis was born with a condition that affected his legs, but that's not stopping him from enjoying his favorite sport.
Ron Shelton, who wrote and directed 'Bull Durham' in 1988 reflects on his time making the movie, the Crash Davis name, and how the antics of his minor league baseball career played into the storyline of the sports classic.
Coach Mike Fox praises his team for their hard work in making the tournament and earning hosting rights. Fox also updates the status of catcher Cody Roberts on Friday, May 31, 2018 at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon, on a rehab start with the Charlotte Knights, had to leave Thursday's game after getting hit by a line drive to the forehead from Norfolk's D'Arby Myers. Rodon had six strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings of action.