Little League World Series Coach Makes Trip To Mound Just To Tell His Son That He Loves Him
For whatever reason, the Little League World Series seems to bring out the best in humanity.
Whether it’s boys and girls finding pleasure in riding a cardboard box down a muddy hill in center field instead of the usual afternoon of sitting in front of a television playing on their Xboxes, or watching a kid actually hustle down the first base line and beating out a ground ball to short and proving that playing hard does indeed pay off sometimes, the LLWS is truly a unique sporting spectacle that has the ability to put smiles on the faces of kids of all ages.
There’s also the fact that every team’s manager is mic’d up for viewers at home to listen in on the words of wisdom they have for their pitchers. Or in the case of Oregon coach Joel Jensen, it’s a chance for a few million people to watch as he tells his son Isaiah that he loves him:
In the words of Carl Spackler, “Tears in his eyes, I guess.”
h/t Barstool Sports
And here’s what it looks like on the exact opposite end of the Little League spectrum: Woman Hit By A Baseball Sues 11-Year-Old