Augustana baseball pitcher Parker Hanson stays positive after prosthetic arm is stolen

The next day, the package and its attachments, which cost thousands of dollars, were found to be “dumped at the end of our block,” Hanson wrote on Facebook. Although the prosthetic arm was still missing, Hanson’s mood rose a little because replacing the attachments would have cost time and money as he would have to work with “four or five companies.” It can replace the arm in a “one-stop-shop” even though it’s an expensive carbon fiber prosthesis that can run in the range of $ 5,000 to $ 10,000.