1st pitch at A's game marks fulfillment of Bay Area family's epic quest

9/26/2022 5:25:00 AM

With his own grandson hurling the horsehide, a ceremonial pitch at Sunday's A's game was caught by a man who has lived with Parkinson's for over 20 years.

With his own grandson hurling the horsehide, a ceremonial pitch at Sunday's A's game was caught by a man who has lived with Parkinson's for over 20 years.

With his own grandson hurling the horsehide, a ceremonial pitch at Sunday's A's game was caught by a man who has lived with Parkinson's for over 20 years.

OAKLAND (KPIX) -- With his own grandson on the mound hurling the horsehide, a ceremonial first pitch at Sunday's A's game was caught by a man who has lived with Parkinson's Disease for over 20 years.Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) A woman and her dog were among those who took to the streets on Sept.More Videos