The NWI Times profiles a high school baseball player with narcolepsy.

For Colin Mack, strikeouts, errors and wild pitches are no big deal when you consider what the Morgan Township junior deals with off the diamond.

Diagnosed with narcolepsy with cataplexy when he 12, Mack can randomly doze off in a matter of seconds. If he laughs too heartily, he loses muscle control. He takes medications that help him stay awake during the day and, in turn, help him sleep at night.

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