During the spring season of 2008, Sara Tucholsky, of Western Oregon University, did something she had never done before,
in high school or college. She hit a blast over the center-field fence for her first homerun.
But, during her run around the bases, she collapsed with a knee injury. She crawled back to first but could do no more.
The first-base coach said she would be called out if her teammates tried to help her. Then, opposing players of the Central
Washington University softball team stunned spectators by helping Sara fulfill her dream.
This amazing story may be told best in this 6 minute video produced by ESPN.
First seen on the ESPN television network, this video is well produced recounting of the event,
complete with interviews of key players and actual game video footage.