Just about a year ago exactly a video went viral that showed a father surprising his son with a new bat after pretending he forgot his son’s birthday.
Sure to join the annals of entertaining videos to emerge from youth football to go viral comes this footage from an unidentified game between currently unknown teams that shows a player kicking his o
A tremendously heartwarming video has gone viral that shows how a dad more than came through in the clutch after pretending to forget his Little Leaguer son’s birthday.
A four-year-old tee-ball player either knowingly or unknowingly emulated Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista with a phenomenal bat-flip, video of which is turning the enthusiastic youngster into
In just about the most adorably comical thing you’ll ever see on a youth football field — and that’s saying something, as anyone who has taken in a pee wee football game can attest
Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice? Easton Gamoke, a 13-year-old playing traveling basketball for the Winona (Minn.
Whatever one’s particular views regarding the wildly successful restaurant chain Hooters may be, there is no way to argue that it has some savvy marketing geniuses among its brain trust.
In one of the more remarkable touchdown runs you will see in a while — at any level — watch how this ten-year-old whippersnapper puts on a series of moves, jukes, a stiffarm en route to a
During a game between teams representing the fine states of Delaware and California in Little League World Series action, the home plate umpire rung up a young man with a strike three call that is un
During Little League World Series action on Thursday, Puerto Rico was taking on Panama.
A pitcher for the Puerto Rican squad thew an absolutely sick curveball.
Wow. Pretty good technique.
Many argue that the world of youth sports has been ruined by hyper-competitiveness, overzealous coaching and nutso parents. And in many respects, it is difficult to dispute that assessment.
Meet Brian Pope. He is 9 years old. He plays linebacker for the Norfolk Saints in the Pop Warner league in Norfolk, Va.
At 6-feet-tall and tipping the scales at a whopping 206 pounds, Japanese Little League baseball player Kotaro Kiyomiya is turning heads in Williamsport, Pa.
Scary stuff from the Little League World Series.