Eleven-year-old Davonte Kelly was greeted by well-wishers and the media when he emerged from Brookdale Hospital today. Kelly was waiting to play a Little League baseball game in Brooklyn on Sunday when a stray bullet entered his skull, not that he knew he was shot—he thought he was just hit by a baseball. According to CityRoom, Davonte said, "I’m feeling fine, no headaches or anything. I was amazed I could survive a bullet." The miraculous thing is that the bullet just missed penetrating his skull and brain. City Councilman Charles Barron, who previously urged for people with information about the shooting to step forward, was also outside the hospital and said, "We want to say to our community, put the gun down. A little boy ought to be able to play baseball without having a bullet lodged in his head."