Published: Feb 21, 2014 10:04 PM EST
Updated: Feb 21, 2014 10:55 PM EST


14 year old Joseph Rosa Rolon began his night in style.

"I was like hey people, i got a limousine and everything," said Rolon.

Ending it on the mound at Cypress Lake High School.

"It felt great, when I was pitching, I didn't know what to do," said Rolon.

For four years now, Joseph has been fighting brain cancer. 

"It's been a battle for him. for the first two years, he couldn't walk, couldn't talk," said his mom.

But his strength caught the attention of faculty at his school, Cypress Lake Middle.

"It's just hard not to love him, and help anyway you can," said Dawn Pierce of Cypress Lake Middle.

Joseph loves baseball, so they knew they had to get him on the field.

What they never expected was hundreds more to get involved.

"I think he's brave, i think he's courageous, inspirational," said Chris Davison, of the Panther Baseball Alumni Club.

Donating money, showering him and his family with gifts.

"This is overwhelming," said Pierce.

Turning tonight into "Joseph Rolon's night at the ballfield."

"Amazing, it's like amazing. It's like I can barely breathe right now," said Rolon.

But the adventure isn't over yet for Joseph yet.

In the upcoming weeks, Kagan Law Firm, is sending him on a fishing trip, and a trip to miami, to meet some of his favorite sports players.