Autistic Blind Boy Gets Standing Ovation At Fenway Park
The Boston Red Sox may not be having a winning season, but they are certainly winning in other ways. On August 17th, the Red Sox asked the coolest 14-year old to sing the National Anthem. Christopher Duffley, a New Hampshire native, is both blind and autistic. But he doesn’t let his troubles in his way when it comes to what he loves. At Fenway Park, he delivers a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem, and receives a tremendous ovation from the Fenway faithful, who he has performed before in 2011 and 2013. A huge music fan, Christopher has a YouTube page that has over 13,000 subscribers. This boy has a special gift, and we couldn’t be any happier for him!
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