I was on a motorcycle ride this afternoon and stopped by a local park to rest. Ended up watching a couple of innings of a Little League (or equivalent) baseball game. I don’t remember ever being that young, but I do remember being that bad at baseball, or just about.
The Dodgers were dominating the Yankees. Luckily for the Yankees, there was a special rule that ended the half-inning after 5 runs, which was the only thing preventing the Dodgers from running up the score indefinitely in the first inning.
The littlest batters have an advantage: they have a smaller strike zone.