SportsCenter Is Looking For ‘Bat-Flip Kid’ … Somebody Hide Him
As you may know, the video below is making the social media rounds today -- some kid in a park made solid contact with a Wiffle Ball, then performed an epic bat-flip while watching the drive.
All well and good, but it should end there. ESPN's Darren Rovell says, however, that SportsCenter is trying to get in touch with the kid and his family. My question: isn't broadcasting 135 hours of Little League baseball this year enough for you, ESPN? Do you have to exploit the smaller kids on the sidelines as well? Can't a child have fun in the park without you vultures sweeping in and trying to make him famous?
SportsCenter is looking for the "bat flip" kid. If you are him, his parents or know who it is, tweet @ me http://t.co/8lWRveiVFu
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 23, 2015
Let the kid stay anonymous. Hide him. If they determine the general location of this video, ESPN will likely go door-to-door to try and find him. According to the YouTube description, he's 4 years old, and that's really all we know about him. Please let's keep it that way.
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