Baseball Angels

Finding a dearth of extracurricular activities for special-needs children, one family created a sports team that teaches kids new skills and provides a support network for parents

By RACHEL MARDER
April 25, 2013 16:12
The Angels

The Angels Baseball521. (photo credit: JOSEPH LEIGH)

 
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