Teen With Autism Sings A Wonderful Rendition Of The National Anthem

He's an old pro at this.

Christopher Duffley came into the world prematurely at only one pound and 12 ounces. His premature birth left him blind, and his parents would later discover that he was autistic as well.

Duffley persevered anyway, and today, he is a teenage recording artist. Duffley sang the national anthem in front of all of Fenway Park before Monday's Boston Red Sox-Cleveland Indians game, and, well, he absolutely killed it. The official video is available over at

Of course, Duffley's an old pro at this. He sang the anthem at Fenway just under two years ago, too.


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