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Fall Ball Ends

29766854314_b7315fb03e_zWalsh Park-La Grange, KY:  It seems as it just started, but Brian’s fall ball league has come to an end. I’m really happy that he chose to keep playing, and I think he had a good time.  Honestly, I really didn’t pay too much attention to his team’s record, although I’m pretty sure they won more than they lost, and there are no playoffs.  He got a chance to play some other positions, also, finding he likes to play some infield.  He still needs to work on his throwing mechanics a little, but he’s fielding pretty good.  Brian had a solid fall season at the dish, also.  He hit well over .500, going 3-3 in two consecutive games.  After that second one, he was given the game ball by his coach as player of the game.  He had some good coaching this fall, as well, as they stayed very positive and stressed fun and learning above all else.  He’s excited to play next year, and spring can’t come soon enough.

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Brian with the game ball as 'players of the game'

Brian with the game ball as ‘players of the game’

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2 responses

  1. ‘Player of the Game’ … awesome! And, I love that last photo of Brian. A true ballplayer knows how to wear his eyeblack … and Brian has it down pat!

    1. Thanks, Jackie, he likes to look the role.

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