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A Mexico hitter came up to bat with the bases loaded in the fifth inning of Tuesday's Little League World Series game against Venezuela and did this...
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atltiger648711 months
and the umpire called a strike- which he should've done regardless of where the pitch was. Kid is a moron.
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Timeoday11 months
Teach advantages early.
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atltiger648711 months
then why doesn't the batter just lay down in the fetal position? Would be impossible to throw a strike, unless the ball is rolled on the ground.
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Gaston11 months
So they play baseball just like they player soccer.
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Indiana Tiger11 months
Bill Veeck, then owner of the St Louis Browns (became the Balt Orioles) played Eddie Gaedel for one game in 1951. Weighing 60 pounds (27 kg) and standing 3 feet 7 inches (109 cm) tall, he became the shortest player in the history of the Major Leagues. Gaedel made a single plate appearance and was walked with four consecutive balls before being replaced by a pinch-runner at first base. His jersey, bearing the uniform number "1/8", is displayed in the St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
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