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A couple of Waterloo Region kids have been featured in a new campaign to inspire more people to try the sport of baseball.

The Jays Care Foundation recently launched some new commercials to highlight its programs, featuring real participants. Among the kids who make appearances are Greyson Bonnick, 9, and Grady Spain, 10.

“My best part of baseball is [when] I do the home run,” Bonnick tells CTV News.

Greyson Bonnick (left) and Grady Spain (right) appear in a Jays Care Foundation commercial. (Youtube/Jays Care Foundation)

The teammates, from Waterloo and Cambridge, are now in a nationwide campaign that highlights a series of Jays Care initiatives, including Challenger Baseball – the adaptive program both Bonnick and Spain are a part of.

Their coach, Cam Linwood, nominated a few athletes in the program to participate in the commercial.

“Adaptive baseball is exactly that – it adapts to the unique needs of …

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