Alternative Baseball: Getting those with autism, other disabilities in the game

PIX11 Morning News

NEW YORK — Team sports are an important part of childhood, teaching kids and teens valuable life lessons that last into adulthood.

But for those on the autism spectrum, there can be outside obstacles stopping them from participating.

Taylor Duncan, founder and commissioner of the Alternative Baseball Organization, told PIX11 all about the nonprofit helping teens and adults with autism and other special needs train in and play the game they love.

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