Being blind makes nearly every simple task a difficult chore, even having playing and having fun. In this short film by ESPN, Jeremy Schaap explains the sport of Beep-Baseball, a special modified form of baseball with a beeping ball for the visually-impaired.

All the players wearing blind-folds to level the playing field, and batters must run either to the first buzzing base turned on by the umps before the ball is in control by the defense. It makes for an intense game that seems more exciting than the original one.