Little League Catcher Has Meltdown After Getting Kicked Out For His Mouth
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Would love to hear the audio on this clip, but it I think you get the gist by this kid's double birds...

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Kids parents are absolute garbage. Your kid is a reflection of you. Way to teach respect. Not shocking considering personal accountability is a dying human characteristic.
Reply14 months
Ump needs to respect the rings he has on both of those middle fingers
Reply14 months
TPOS
Reply14 months
The pitcher is a girl ?
Reply14 months
He’s probably one of these “travel ball” kids! His parents think he’s the next Mickey Mantle!
Reply14 months
Kid has a great future in politics.
Reply14 months
Englebert. WHAT! There's chocolate all over this ball.
Reply14 months
That was some Bad News Bears right there.
Reply14 months
Claxxtyn needs to control that temper or he won’t make it to one of the several World Series this summer.
Reply14 months
worthless video without at least one scan of the stands to see the moms in attendance. oh yeah, that kid has a bright future as well.
Reply14 months
Brat
Reply14 months
Looks like he got a very generous/favorable strike call on the pitch, but didn't like the safe call at third. It looked like the runner made it in easily to me. All beside the point. I bet he's the spitting image of his dad. That's why he did what he did- unbroken chain
Reply14 months
I bet that boy has no idea who is dad is...
14 months
Someone doesn’t know how to parent. If that were my son I would have put my foot on his arse so hard right in front of everyone
Reply14 months
Guessing the coach is his dad based on the way he grabbed him when the kid flipped off the ref. You put your hands on someone else’s kid like that - even if totally justified given the circumstances - is begging to be arrested and sued.
14 months
I think he'll miss all of them.
Reply14 months
Kid has a bright future. He'll probably miss most of his appointments with his parole officer.
Reply14 months
Crash Davis Jr
Reply14 months
Looked high and outside
Reply14 months
Dunno about now but when I played Little League, the Strike Zone was letters high and box chaulk wide
14 months
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