Retired Army Specialist Rodney Price, a former baseball player for Kansas State University, is not only a hero but also a true inspiration. After the 9/11 attacks, Rodney made the courageous decision to reenlist and served in the war in Iraq in 2005. However, his deployment in Mosul led to a life-altering incident where he was severely injured by a mortar explosion. Rodney sustained injuries to his heart, lungs, and legs, resulting in months of recovery and ultimately his medical retirement. Despite the challenges he faces as a result of the war, Rodney is determined to make the most out of his civilian life. Organizations like the Military Warrior Support Foundation are stepping up to support wounded veterans like Rodney in their journey towards readjustment. In a heartfelt gesture, Rodney was recently presented with a ceremonial key to his new mortgage-free home at Kauffman Stadium. This moment, made possible through the support of Chevrolet, Bank of America, and the foundation, symbolizes the gratitude and appreciation for Rodney's sacrifice and service to his country. Watch the inspiring video featuring Rodney's story and witness the remarkable resilience and bravery that shines through in the face of adversity. Learn about the vital work done by organizations like the Military Warrior Support Foundation, as they strive to provide the necessary support and aid to wounded veterans like Rodney in their transition back to civilian life.