Baseball organization gives kids with special needs a league of their own
The Alternative Baseball Organization was born in Georgia when 22-year-old Taylor Duncan, who was diagnosed with autism at age 4, just wanted the chance to play ball. He created his own league, in which many of the players have special needs, and now the organization is spreading to states as far as Colorado and New Jersey. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.
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