Boston Fans Cheer Blind and Autistic 14-Year-Old's Rendition of National Anthem

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistAugust 18, 2015

MLB

On Monday night, Christopher Duffley, a blind and autistic 14-year-old from New Hampshire, showed off his musical talents at Fenway Park on behalf of Autism Speaks as the Boston Red Sox hosted the Cleveland Indians.

The crowd loved him.

Sox supporters gave Duffley a tremendous reception, which clearly calmed his nerves and allowed him to sing a rock-solid rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Seriously, the kid brought the house down.

Just a daily reminder of why we love sports.

[MLB, h/t For the Win]

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