Nine-year-old with bilateral hand transplant throws first pitch at O's game

— -- Tuesday night's ceremonial first pitch at Camden Yards was in no way an ordinary first pitch.

It came courtesy of Zion Harvey, a 9-year-old from from Owings Mills, Maryland, who became the first child in the world to undergo a bilateral hand transplant last summer at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, according to an Orioles media release.

Harvey, who lost his arms and legs to a life-threatening infection when he was 2, started the  Baltimore Orioles- Texas Rangers game with an impressive toss to O's outfielder  Adam Jones.

The team snapped some nice photos of Zion prior to the game.