The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is celebrating Autism Awareness month with a new exhibit. They are showcasing the Alternative Baseball organization. It's an organization that creates baseball teams throughout the country for people with autism and other disabilities.
Claude Lewis is known as "The Father of Tee Ball" in Warner Robins and throughout Middle Georgia. He's credited as the inventor of the sport. In the 1950s, Lewis stepped up to the plate to become the first director of Parks and Recreation in Warner Robins.