The Little League World Series, as it does every year, has produced numerous must-see moments this summer.
On Tuesday, during the fourth inning of a tie game between Nicaragua and Panama, Nicaragua’s Luis Garcia came to the plate.
With a 1-1 count on him and two runners on base, Garcia hit an absolute bomb off the Panamanian pitcher who had just entered the game.
It was such a no doubt shot that Garcia didn’t even run to first base, but instead took a few moments to admire just how far he had the the baseball.
Then, with both hands on his bat, the youngster launched a bat flip that would make Bryce Harper proud.
But wait, there’s more.
Little Leaguer Luis Garcia of Nicaragua put on a show in Tuesday’s LLWS game
As he rounded third base and closed in on home plate where his teammates awaited him, Garcia proceeded to hit a nasty Griddy.
— Little League (@LittleLeague) August 23, 2022
Fans, at least those who don’t think of themselves as baseball purists, absolutely loved it all.
This is what baseball needs more of 🤷🏽♂️ https://t.co/Ndo9HCtwxu— Sam Eddy (@SJEddy3) August 23, 2022
That bat flip is fknnnn legendary. LFGGG 🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮 https://t.co/TTFHV3kFxI— tra tra papi (@hyroglifixx) August 23, 2022
Scoot over Manny Machado, LUIS GARCIA is my favorite baseball player 🔥 https://t.co/1gbtT2WDeg— Hc (@RealHC_) August 23, 2022
Nicaragua, representing the Latin America Region, would go on to defeat Panama 8-1 and next will face the winner of the game later today between Canada and Curacao, representing the Caribbean Region.
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