most parents and they will tell you little league sports help children learn a lot more than physical fitness. WDBJ7's Susan Bahorich takes us to Craig County where one player is hitting a homerun and inspiring everyone who meets him. The Craig County Rec Complex is hailed as a field of dreams, but it could be called the diamond of inspiration. It's where Floyd Haygood first saw Clayton Cassell ka-sell. Floyd Haygood: First time i seen him my heart just went out to him. Here he is 4-years old and giving it 150% Starting out there's a learning curve for any kid picking up something new. But, it's made even more challenging when you don't have hands. Emily Cassell, Clayton's Mom: He's so independent. He doesn't want my help, he says, 'Mommy, i can do it." And when he does need my help he asks me, but that's rarely ever. Emily and Clint Cassell discovered during her pregnancy that something was wrong with their little boy. Clayton was born without a right-arm and has just part of one on his left side. i was expecting to go in there and found out, Hey it's a boy and be happy, but then she had me turning on the table every which way and i was like 'What's going on?' and she brought the doctor in and he told me and i just broke down. After the initial shock wore off, the Cassell's ka-sells turned to their faith and the belief their son could do anything he put his mind too. So, when Clayton told his parents he wanted to play tee- ball, they said okay. Clint Cassell, Clayton's Dad: i wanted to see him play. i thought it'd be cool to watch him, 'cause i play with him all the time and i know what he's capable of. He shows me something new everyday. Clayton can do just as much as any other 4-year old... From hitting and running the bases Alright when he hits that ball Clayton, run like the wind!" .... to fielding and even throwing the ball. Emily: That's one thing that never held him back - none of the kids ever made him feel special. They all treated him like he was normal. While keeping score isn't important at this stage of the game, the Cassells say the experience on the field has been a win for Clayton. If he gets mad and can't do it, he'll say, 'i can't do it 'cause i don't have hands.' And, i say, 'Yes, you can Cayton,' 'cause i don't want him to think he can't do anything. He's got to to figure it out. And, he's having a lot of fun doing it. In Craig County, Susan Bahorich, wdbj7. The first round of storms has cleared the area.