Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman was a crowd favorite last night at Fenway Park, where he threw out the first pitch. The young man, who lost both of his legs in the tragedy, was joined by Carlos Arredondo, the man in the cowboy hat who helped him on that day. In the aftermath of the April terrorist attack, Jeff went on to identify the suspects to the FBI, and he and Carlos, a peace activist who lost a son in Iraq, were treated to a hero's welcome at the Red Sox home stadium. Watch Jeff throw out the first pitch now.
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