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Watch 7-year-old Hailey Dawson throw out the first pitch with her 3D-printed right hand

Hailey Dawson was born without three fingers on her throwing hand, but that hasn't stopped her from living out her dream of throwing out first pitches at Major League parks all across the country. With some help from a prosthetic hand made with a 3D printer, she took the mound at Nationals Park back in June:

And on Saturday night, she managed to one-up herself: Dawson was on hand at Minute Maid Park to throw out the first pitch prior to Game 4 of the World Series. Before she took the mound, she got some pointers from Astros ace Justin Verlander -- and a pair of #VegasStrong cleats:

Then it was showtime. Using a very solid underhand form, she threw a strike to José Altuve. Even better? Altuve gave her an autograph:

Next stop: hitting all 30 stadiums. Hopefully we'll see her again in 2018.