Batting lead off, he went 2 for 2 (I think the final score was 56-52 or something. Considering most of the kids were playing in the dirt and chasing butterflies, defense was pretty much non-existent. So 2 a/b's was actually good.)
According to Rakes, the best moment of the game was when he laced a line drive off Coach Wendells "tomach". He then proceeded to run toward first like a 2 foot tall version of Ellsbury, took his helmet off, fell down and STILL beat the throw to first. Like I said, Gold Glove candidates they weren't.
Standing on 3rd base while I, the human windmill of a Third Base coach, gave him sage advice like "Run fast and DON'T take your helmet off again" he looks so small and innocent.
Which we all know is a crock. At least the innocent part.
Notice his number?
The Original Dirt Dog has company.