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Cerebral Palsy Can't Keep Pitcher Down - June, 2009

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From ABC News: June 13, 2009:

Mark Selavka, a pitcher for the Manchester High School Indians, can throw strikes. He can get outs.
Mark Selvaka doesn't let the neurological disorder stop him from playing ball.

But putting on his socks and even buttoning his shirt is a struggle.

Mark was born with cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that severely weakened the left side of his body. He has limited use of his left hand, and he walks and runs with a limp.

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