Update (6:20 p.m.) — Per the Twins communications department, Jack Jablonski is not feeling well and will not be at tonight's game. The wristbands will still be distributed. It was not reported if Jablonski will be able to throw out a first pitch at a later game.
5:45 a.m. — If you're able to make it to tonight's Twins game against Boston, you'll see a very special guest on the Target Field mound before the game—Jack Jablonski.
Jablonski, along with his younger brother Max, will be throwing out the first pitch before the 7:10 p.m. contest.
In addition, 13,000 Jack Jablonski wristbands will be handed out at the stadium's gates as fans enter.
The sophomore hockey player sustained a serious spinal cord injury during a game last December. After 111 days in a hospital, Jablonski was .
It won't be the first time Jablonski has been a special guest on a big stage—after his team beat Minnetonka in the section hockey championship, Jablonski with his teammates. The Red Knights went on to .
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