This is the best thing you will see all week. When this autistic man started having trouble singing the national anthem, something happened that could make your eyes water. This brought the Red Sox fans to a different level in my book, what a great scene. This was part of Disability Awareness Day at Fenway ballpark in Boston in 2007.

via 2007

  • Shawn

    I’m not a Bostan fan…..but VERY CLASSY move is right….it brought a tear to my eye. God Bless America!

    • Biggian91

      I applaud him and bravo too for the baseball fans who sang with him. I am proud to be an American.

  • I’m the very lucky Grandmother of a 15 year old non-verbal Grandson. I’ll sing for him everyday. However, just because Braydon doesn’t have the words, doesn’t mean he can’t sing the song.

  • awwwh bless them for helping him x

  • Hunley Dufrene

    This was a great thing to see. Some thing like this makes me very proud to be an American. Who said that patriotism in this country is dead. Doesn’t sound dead to me. USA>>>USA>>>USA

  • Norma

    Wow Wow Wow! Love it! 🙂

  • Mary Ellen Naisf

    So proud of That Young man…..!!! I have a son with Autism and He would be thrilled to be singing on the ball field. This young man brough pride to himself and all the rest of us who live Autism every day….. We are individuals and together with the help of others like the fans that day we all can make a difference…..May this be a lesson for everyone who watches it….Congradulations young man!!!

  • Suzanne

    What a great display of everyone pulling together! If everyone on the autism spectrum could feel that kind of inclusion everyday, what a wonderful world it would be.

  • sara

    God bless this young man , and my I applaud him for the excellent presentantion . I have a son with Autism and he has the most beautiful voice and he sing every day ,no matter he doesn t have the interaction with others living on his on world , and his dream is to sing for Red sox and Celtics.This is a good lesson for everyone who watches it……..love it . I pray to God for one day find a cure for Autism.

    • Patt

      me too….. i pray for a cure……for my grandson Brian and all those with autism… what a great thing thing those red sox fans did……

  • john

    Fabulous thank you

  • I live Autism every day and LOVE the Sox. My family and I thank both this wonderful young man and the Sox. I didn’t think I could love them anymorek, but I do now! Thank you, thank you, thank you………… <3

  • yvette

    BRAVO YOUNG MAN!!! WHAT A PROUD MOMENT

  • Chris Schwallenberg

    This is an awesome video clip, This shows how united we truly are. God Bless America!

  • Christine

    Although I am Canadian,I love the Star Spangled Banner.It is a beautiful and moving anthem,and this clip shows the beauty of the singer and the fans.Really an inspiring clip!

  • Jon

    Love it! God bless all of those who have compassion for the disabled

  • Brian

    Awesome! No wonder we are moving to the USA