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In his first at bat of the game, Will hit a grand slam home run!!! I was looking through my viewfinder and heard the loudest smack of the bat that I've heard all season. The ball went all the way to the right field fence.
Right before Will laid some serous hurt on the ball.
Will maintained perfect eye contact with the ball as he sent it flying.
On his way to first base, you can see the runner that was on third going home in the background.
Rounding first base, with the coach sending Will on, and the runner that was on second base just now touching third in the background.
Will rounding first base with the runner that was on first now making his way to third.
Rounding second base.
Rounding third base, already starting to smile, the coach sends Will home!
Will stepping on home plate completing his grand slam home run!
High five from the coach after Will's grand slam home run.
Will, playing right field, backing up a play by the second baseman.
Will hit a coach pitched ball on his next at bat for a long base hit.
Safe at first base where Will wound up stranded.
All the rest of the photos are from the same play. A grounder was hit to Will, now playing left center. The runner that was on first base was heading to second but there was no one for Will to throw the ball to, so the race was on.
Will and the runner both racing to second base.
Will just about to put his foot on the base while the runner is still half a step away.
Everyone is celebrating Will's force out at second base. And, look at the interaction between Will and the runner...
...Will is not not making a face or, otherwise, doing anything inappropriate, but he sure is letting the runner know that this is his base! Our happy-go-lucky goofy kid is a different person of the field. It was an amazing game that Will will remember for a long time. His grand slam home run didn't win the game but it did prevent a loss as the boys tied 14 to 14.Posted by Don |
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