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'Jabs' to throw first pitch

By Star Tribune, 04/24/12, 11:12PM CDT

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Paralyzed Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player Jack Jablonski wrote on Twitter that he will throw out the first pitch at Wednesday night's Twins game along with his younger brother, Max.

Paralyzed Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player Jack Jablonski wrote on Twitter that he will throw out the first pitch at Wednesday night's Twins game along with his younger brother, Max.

"Throwing the first pitch tomorrow with max at twins game, first 13,000 people their get a jabby wrist band," Jablonski posted on his account on Twitter, @jabs_13, Tuesday evening.

Jablonski, 16, left from a Minneapolis rehabilitation institute last Wednesday, ending a stay of nearly three months. A sophomore, he suffered a spinal cord injury during a junior varsity game Dec. 30.

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