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Teen With Cerebral Palsy Meets Yankees Thanks To Classmates

By Jim Dolan

BRONX (WABC) — A high school senior from North Carolina, a die-hard Yankees fan with cerebral palsy, fulfilled one of his lifelong dreams Wednesday night.

Christian Heavner wanted to go to a Yankees game, and thanks to his classmates, he finally did.

He could have gone anywhere on earth, but he was right where he wanted to be on the field at Yankee Stadium, hanging out with the guys.

“Christian is right where he wants to be, right here,” his mom said. “This has been unbelievable. I’m so overwhelmed.”

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