Prior to Tuesday's game between the Indianapolis Indians and Columbus Clippers, Siena College students associated with e-NABLE took the mound to present five-year-old Jack Carder with a prosthetic hand created with the help of 3D printing technology. Carder, whose fingers never fully formed, leaving him with only a thumb, ran onto the Huntington Park field to get his Iron Man-inspired hand which is red and yellow and lights up in his palm.

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After getting the prosthetic hand, Carder threw out the ceremonial first pitch. What an amazing moment for everyone involved. Keep up the incredible work, Siena College and e-NABLE. 

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[via Eye On Baseball]