​A seven-year-old girl, Hailey Dawson, sees that her dream has come true when she got the news that she'd be able to throw out the first pitch at Game 4 of the World Series this coming October.


Hailey cherishes every moment when the ball is in her hand, and hopes that there are more to come. 


Not many young children are brought to fame for something such as a 3D printed hand, but Hailey has demonstrated that she loves being in the spotlight before these big league games. And she's got a great toss. 

She has capitalized on other opportunities in the past, as she threw out the first pitch on August 17, 2015 for a game between the Oakland Athletics and Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards.


Earlier this season on June 11, Hailey was at a game between the Washington Nationals and Texas Rangers at Nationals Park, where she was able to throw the first pitch once again. 


Her hand was printed with similar colors that don the Nationals jerseys, as she seems to praise any team that will give her the chance to do so.


Hailey truly wants to throw the first pitch at every Major League ballpark, and she may very well be granted that opportunity as more teams are opening the door for her to do that. 


She shows that children with any disability can chase their dreams in the manner they find possible, and there's no one who can tell her otherwise.