Man With Down Syndrome Achieves Lifelong Dream To Sing National Anthem At Fenway Park
Michael Mullins, a die-hard Red Sox fan, got to sing in front of 37,000 people.
Mike Mullins has dreamt his whole life of singing the national anthem before a game for his favorite team, the Boston Red Sox.
Then last week, the day finally came: Mullins got to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" in front of 37,000 people.
He totally nailed it, especially the ending. That's his favorite part: "The big note at the end: brave," he said.
"He was just overcome with joy that his dream was finally coming true," said Sharon Lisnow, co-founder of the Respite Center, where Mullins receives support.
So was he nervous? "Nope," he told Boston's WCVB before the big day. "Piece of cake."
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