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Fall Ball

29453795356_43fd62a09c_zWalsh Park-La Grange, KY: Wow, I really love it down here!  It’s amazing that my son can play a fall sport without it being soccer or football!  The North Oldham Little League fall ball program is a good one, and Brian is having fun so far.  Not quite as many kids play though, so instead of team names, they just have colors, but the coaches have dubbed their team the Blue Sharks.  The fall league is more of an instructional league, with the kids being able to experience different positions every inning.  We’re blessed again with good coaching, and they try to go above and beyond to help the kids out with the fundamentals of the game.

Brian and I love the Little League Pledge!

Brian and I love the Little League Pledge!

28865576203_519b980147_zThe team is 1-1 so far this season, and Brian is playing well, hitting .500 and doing well in the field.  He’s been able to play a few different positions in Fall Ball, also, so it’s a little more fun and the kids won’t get bored playing in the same place all of the time.  The season is just getting started, and they play through the first of October.  Hopefully it might cool off just a little bit down here by then.  The first couple of games the temps were still in the 90 range!

29408099781_9824692185_zPhotos property of Minoring In Baseball

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2 responses

  1. Fall ball on the first cool, crisp days of the season are some of my favorite things about living in the South! I’m glad Brian is having fun!

    1. Thanks, we’re still waiting for the cool crisp weather, but we’re not complaining.

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