Downers South standout Alfini excels while pitching, fielding with same hand
Nerve damage in right arm and hand doesn't limit Alfini on the diamond
DOWNERS GROVE – When he pitches, Nick Alfini sometimes draws the curiosity of opposing fans.
After all, it’s rare to see a pitcher throw and glove the ball with the same hand.
That’s exactly what the Downers Grove South senior does. Alfini was born with damage to the nerve cluster in his right arm that conducts signals from the spine to the shoulder, arm and hand. That hasn’t stopped him from doing it all on the baseball diamond during his life.
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