You may never hear from Mo'ne Davis again. But even so, she and her teammates have already accomplished something amazing: They've taken back the name "Taney" from history's shit list. In a wonderful stroke of ironic resonance, the name that now evokes a mixed-race, inner-city little league team that made a lot of…
MLB Network analyst Mitch Williams was ejected Saturday from a baseball game for 10-year-olds after a profanity-laced tirade in which he called an umpire a "motherfucker" in front of the children, observers tell us.
The trouble began the way most trouble with groundhogs tends to begin: with a group of gawking children hoping to get a closer look.
The Atwood-Hammond Little League in east-central Illinois needs money to replace its crappy old equipment. In past years, the league has tried traditional fundraisers like auctioning off donated gift cards. But those efforts weren't always successful: Last year's hog roast, according to league commissioner Steven…
This video, unfortunately, only shows the last few seconds of a little league coach's tirade against the ump. According to witnesses, it went on for a lot longer than this, and included "belittling [his own team] and swearing while describing the way they played." That's an awful lot of buttmad for a questionable…
We live in a cynical world that sucks a lot most of the time. Then you read a story like this and it's like getting a shot of adrenaline. A little league team out in California, opting for the name San Clemente American No. 2 rather than the usual "San Clemente Royals" or something, just won its Tournament of…
After first playing guess the state (it's Massachusetts), we wondered what would possess this 18-year-old to take off his clothes, cover his face, jump a fence, and streak across the field. He hopped into the passenger seat of a waiting truck and sped off: the perfect, pointless crime.
This young man named Jayden makes the type of running-dive catch that gets major leaguers on a slow day's top-plays countdown and lands 9-year-old kids on a top-prospects blog.
Your morning roundup for May 12, the day old coot Yogi Berra will come up with something witty to say about turning 82, even though he's only 81.
This is the Toms River, NJ, little league team being forced to perform the song they wrote. Put it in night vision, and it's indistinguishable from a hostage video. [Star-Ledger]
Did you know that any team nicknamed the "Yankees" must, by law, engage in one beanball war and/or bat-swinging brawl each season with another team named the "Red Sox"? Even if that team is comprised of eight-year olds.
A Little League coach in Washington State was arrested for burglary after enlisting kids from his team—including his own son—to help him break into an empty shop. The haul? Overhead lights and bolts. What a mastermind.
The taunting rings in your ears and burns like fire, and will for years. A girl pitched a perfect game against your Little League team, and you struck out three times. Nelson Muntz approves.
Nothing says sports like a bunch of crying children with their hopes and dreams ruthless dashed by ruthless capitalism. So, let's go to it, shall we?
When we played Little League, our biggest risk of injury were the long-range dental implications from chewing on our glove. Today, if you walk around just about any city or town in America and look around long enough, you're bound to spot one or two kids with one arm noticeably longer than the other. Those would be…