Sgt. Brandon Guy hugs his son Carson, 5, whom he surprised by posing as a Chattanooga Lookouts catcher while Carson threw out the baseball game's opening pitch Thursday at AT&T Field in Chattanooga. Sgt. Guy has been deployed with the U.S. Army for six months, but returned for a two-week vacation with his family.
Sgt. Brandon Guy hugs his son Carson, 5, whom he surprised by posing as a Chattanooga Lookouts catcher while Carson threw out the baseball game's opening pitch Thursday at AT&T Field in Chattanooga. Sgt. Guy has been deployed with the U.S. Army for six months, but returned for a two-week vacation with his family.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Thursday, August 8th, 2013
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It was the kind of plan for a father-son reunion that choked up everyone who heard about it. Carson Guy, a tow-headed 5-year-old, would throw the “first pitch” at the Lookout’s game Thursday.

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