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One-armed high school catcher Luke Terry will announce the Braves' first pick in the Major League Draft

The Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft is set for Monday (6 ET on MLB Network and
When it comes time for the Braves to make their first selection with the No. 8 pick, they'll do so with the help of a very special guest: High school catcher Luke Terry, the 16-year-old from Tennessee who had his right arm amputated when he was 19 months old. 

He hasn't let that hold him back, though. He just completed his freshman year at Cornersville High School, where he was a member of the Bulldogs' baseball team. 
You may recall Terry throwing a great ceremonial first pitch for the Braves last summer:

Announcing Atlanta's first Draft pick should be a great thrill for Terry, a huge Braves fan who cites Dansby Swanson as his favorite player.
Good luck, Luke!