“We have upwards of 4,000 people in attendance during Spring Training and Keith works on the front lines,” Kyle Schafer, a spokesperson with the stadium, said in a statement. “Keith’s efforts help to streamline the process and he’s making the work load a lot easier for his co-workers.”
“Through his job, Keith has grown in confidence,” resource worker Susan Scaperotto said in a statement. “You can see it in his face. He knew what he wanted. He wanted a job and he was determined to get it.”
Grieser, who has used a wheelchair and an adaptive audio device most of his life, walked across the stage on his own two feet during his high school graduation in 2015 – the first time he walked in 14 years.