Hailey Dawson Biography
Hailey Dawson is an American girl who was born with Poland syndrome. She was born on March 2, 2010 in Henderson, Nevada to Greg and Yong.
She is populary known for throwing out ceremonial first pitches in Major League Baseball stadiums using her 3D-printed robotic hand. She is missing a right pectoral muscle and three fingers on her right hand; the pinky and thumb on her right hand are also underdeveloped.
Dawson made her first ceremonial first pitch at a UNLV Rebels baseball game in 2015 shortly after receiving her first 3D-printed robotic hand. In 2017 Dawson expressed a wish to throw out the first pitch at all 30 Major League Baseball stadiums.
Dawson was the recipient of the first Las Vegas Baseball Ambassador Award presented by the Society for American Baseball Research’s Las Vegas chapter in February 2018.
Hailey Dawson Age
She was born on March 2, 2010 in Henderson, Nevada to Greg and Yong.
Hailey Dawson Parents
Her father is Greg and he is a corrections officer for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Her mother is named Yong and she is a photographer.
Hailey Dawson Family
She was born to Greg, a corrections officer and Yong, a photographer. She has a brother, Zach who is older than her.
Hailey Dawson Nationality
She is American.