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Girl With 3D Printed Hand Wants To Throw At Every MLB Park And Gets Tons Of Offers

Seven-year-old Hailey Dawson was born without three fingers due to a rare disease called Poland Syndrome, which causes defects in one out of every 200,000 births. But thanks to modern medical science, and years of working with experts from South Africa and the United States, she's been able to receive a specially designed 3-D printed hand that allows her to write and perform everyday tasks. 

And being a lifelong baseball fan, Hailey has even taught herself how to hold and throw a baseball with her prosthetic. 

Now, Hailey is on a mission to throw out the first pitch at every Major League stadium in the country. She's already done so at the Oriole Park, home to the Baltimore Orioles. But since Bleacher Report covered her story recently, she's gotten a lot more offers. 

The Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, Phillies, and New York Mets were among dozens of teams inviting Hailey for a visit. 

They keep going. Even the Minor League and college teams want in on the action. 

Unsurprisingly, Twitter loved the response.