Angel Hernandez is now umping the Little League World Series

Angel Hernandez is now umping the Little League World Series

The Little League World Series has been destroyed by an Angel Hernandez imposter.
Only the umpires are getting paid for this, as we have actually not figured out the complexities and ramifications of preteen NIL laws. Some of these Little Leaguers go on to be legends like Todd Frazier and Jake Fromm, however no one cares about your boy Blue one bit, sir.

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A Little League World Series umpire calls bad balls strikes that only Angel Hernandez would.
The only rational explanation for this ball being called a strike in the Little League World Series is if Angel Hernandez was behind the plate.

While there is no crying in baseball, there is weeping when you get drilled in the shin by a fastball by another 12-year-old for all the world to see. When a preteens fastball gets here in the left-handed hitters batters box, it is not a strike, no matter what side of the plate this kid swings from. This is the kind of bad call that BatDad or Stan Marsh will come out of the stands to get himself ejected.
Not even Tom Glavine in his remarkable prime would get this call a full foot off the plate for a strike.

While the web has actually been calm ever since Jenny Taft kicked her Undisputed co-host Skip Bayless into an intense volcano abyss after his most current hot take about Mike McCarthys weight, here is something else to get mad about right before supper time. Little League baseball is all about the kids and no kid must every have to deal with an umpire doing bad Angel Hernandez impressions.
When the umpire humiliates you on nationwide television, you are allowed to weep in Williamsport.

While there is no weeping in baseball, there is weeping when you get drilled in the shin by a fastball by another 12-year-old for all the world to see. When a preteens fastball arrives in the left-handed players batters box, it is not a strike, no matter what side of the plate this kid swings from. Some of these Little Leaguers go on to be legends like Todd Frazier and Jake Fromm, but no one cares about your young boy Blue one bit, sir.