E:60: Beep Ball

Check out this enthralling feature from ESPN about blind athletes overcoming their disability to still compete on the highest level.

They're playing a game called "Beep Ball," which allows them to use their hearing to compensate for what they can't see in a modified type of baseball.

The sport was invented in the 1960s and it quenches the competitive thirst these athletes still feel since losing their vision.

Teams from all over the country gather to play in the World Series, and just like the greatest Major League Baseball games, this one comes down to the final out and ends in dramatic fashion.

It's amazing to see not only what Beep Ball has done for these athletes, but also the determination and spirit the players have.