Heartwarming Video Shows Man With Down Syndrome Practicing To Sing National Anthem At Fenway Park

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Meet Michael. He’s a gifted singer with operatic qualities to his voice and a heart that’s even bigger, which is why he’ll be belting out the National Anthem before the Red Sox-Rays game on May 1.

While he lives with Down syndrome, his family has done an unbelievable job of harnessing his talent and getting him out there to succeed, which is why he’ll be put on such an awesome stage.

Watch one session of his practice and you can see how great he really is. With so much support around him already, he’ll be making a lot of people proud when he steps on to the field!

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