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“Nice hit, Michael … oh!”
Nick LeGrande has a rare blood disease which prevents him from attending games, but that won’t stop him from making baseball history tonight, thanks to this telerobotic pitching arm.
Little Leaguer hit in chest by thrown ball stops breathing. As others call 911 and begin to panic, mom from opposing team coolly administers CPR, saving child’s life. This all happens on day before Mother’s Day. Getting very dusty in this post, must wipe eyes …
The tradition is slightly different than the one in Punxsutawney, PA. In Bridgeton, NJ, if the groundhog emerges from its den and sees your shadow, then a reign of groundhog terror will proceed for 30 minutes.
Welcome to North Vallejo Little League, where if you ‘assume’ you will not be shot at by someone in the stands during a T-ball game, you make an ‘ass’ out of ‘u’ and ‘me’.
If you’re looking to get arrested, hit your ex-wife in front of a ton of witnesses and a cop in the middle of a little league game. A councilman in Baytown, Texas, has taken this sound advice and put it into practice, striking his wife in an unprovoked attack after showing up to her son’s little league game.
In possibly the most un-American story we’ve come across today, the mother of a Little Leaguer was fired from her job as an office manager for a CPA when she chose to take off from work and cheer on her son’s team in the West Regional. The details, after the jump.
You know that hill beyond center field at the Little League World Series, the one that kids (and sometimes adults) slide down on pieces of cardboard? Well, ESPN’s Jenn Brown decided to give it a go, because it can’t be that hard, right? So she put on the proper sneakers, showed us her game face and went for a slide. We even got a bit of that on-board cam, which may or may not make you dizzy.
Japan and Chinese Taipei might have played the most technically sound, well-executed game of all time at the Little League World Series last night. We’re not exaggerating. The impressive details (and video) after the jump.