The Boston Red Sox may have been on the West Coast Monday night, but Fenway Park was certainly not unoccupied. A group of injured troops, known as the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team, squared off against the Boston Marathon First Responders in an event that not only showcased what veterans are capable of but also served as a fundraiser for those affected by the April bombings at the Boston Marathon, reports.

The Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team is more than feel-good story. Comprised of servicemembers who have been injured during combat, the team shows off impressive skill, even though all of its players are missing a variety of limbs. For instance, Matthew Kinsey is missing a foot and Joshua Wege runs on two prosthetic legs. For Kyle Earl, who lost his hand in an improvised explosive device explosion in 2006, watching the rest of his team play is an honor.

"I'm in awe every day watching these guys play," Earl told the website. "Josh over at first base, he's missing both his legs, but he can do splits. He can jump 6 to 8 inches."

Perhaps not surprisingly, the wounded warrior squad went on to win 28-11. The event was just one of many the team has participated in over the years, and its next stop is in Washington to play against a team of correction officers.