Wounded warriors inspire on and off the softball field
"We get to travel around the country playing softball," said Saul Bosquez, a New Hampshire resident who lost his leg below the left knee to an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2007. "But there's also kids out here like Ethan and Garrett. They get to be around guys who are injured like they are.
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