Davonte Kelly, the 11-year-old whose skull was grazed by a bullet as he waited to play Little League baseball, made a triumphant appearance at Citi Field to throw the ceremonial first pitch (video) before the Cardinals-Mets game. Kelly, whose spunk has impressed the city and both the Mets and Yankees, also got to meet his favorite player, David Wright, who presented him with a special jersey and an autographed bat.

Davonte, who is in the fifth grade at P.S. 219, was proclaimed a miracle after an apparently stray bullet entered his head but only dented his skull. He told MLB.com, "I was amazed I could survive a bullet. I thought what everyone else thought. I thought it was a miracle. My life could have been taken away." And he acknowledged the special situation to the Daily News, "My life is extraordinary now. Ordinary kids don't get to throw out the first pitch."

The police are still searching for the shooter.