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Will played well this evening in his seventh game of the season. In his first at bat, Will whacked the ball hard but it was right to a fielder who thew him out at first.
This almost looks like a time-lapse photo as the left fielder, Will playing shortstop and the pitcher all go after the ball at the same time.
A closer up shot of Will from the previous photo watching the fly ball.
Will is serious now, he's in is low ready position.
Will walloped another one on his second at bat.
This time Will wound up safe at first.
The next batter advanced Will to second but he was left stranded on base at the end of the inning. Notice his two clouds of dust as he sprints away.
Ready at second base.
Checking out a pop-up that went to another player.
Still at second base, a line drive was hit that went to a little too far to Will's left to be caught but he made a great effort anyway.
Now that is keeping your eye on the ball! I don't know of another picture I've taken of the boys that is so well lined up like this one where they were making the play while looking in the direction of the camera.
Finally, Will and one of his teammates made a great play at second to get a runner out. Despite Will doing great in the field and batting .500 for the game, his team lost to one of the better teams in the league.Posted by Don |
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