Honduran twins Wilfredo and Eddie dealt with a lot of uncertainty as young children, but baseball had a major impact in helping them withstand the adversity they faced. The family had recently moved to Ecuador and were trying to adapt to a new culture when the boys’ father was diagnosed with cancer. A little over a year later, their father passed away. The boys moved back to Honduras and were devastated, no longer wishing to go to school or to play soccer, which they used to practice with their dad. After hearing about a youth baseball league, their mother decided to take them to practices to watch. By the third day, Eddie went on the field and grabbed a baseball bat. The coach encouraged him, and the boys started to enjoy the game, have fun, and smile again. The twins still play baseball now as teenagers. The sport changed their lives, and became an essential part of their healing.