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College Senior Suffers Painful Injury After Hitting Her First Home Run, Opposing Players Step In To Help Her Touch Home Plate

This is what we need more of in sports. Senior Sara Tucholsky from Western Oregon University had never hit a home run in high school or college.

But during her senior year, she got the perfect pitch to hit and smashed it over the fence. It was an incredible moment for her, but sadly she fell down to the ground with a knee injury as she touched first base.

The rules don’t allow her teammates to help her around the bases, so the players on the opposing team decided to help out.

Featured image via: Blake Wolf // Tampa Bay Times

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