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Age is just a number.

The phrase couldn’t be truer for a 104-year-old WWII veteran.

Master Sergeant Frank Anderson of Blytheville threw out the first pitch at the Memphis Redbirds game Wednesday.

The article goes on to state the following:

A man full of stories about serving his country now has a new kind of story to tell.

Westminster Village Resident Services Director Kendall Berry said they always plan trips for the residents.

And after deciding the Memphis Redbirds game would be perfect for the Fourth of July, Berry made sure it was a day that Anderson would never forget.

One phone call and a lot of practice throws later, Anderson threw out the first pitch.

“Sometimes we had some wild curves,” Berry said. “And some were really nice straight ones and we got up to about 25 feet for some nice throws.”

“I was beyond excited,” Anderson said.

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