BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – The young boys of summer are back on Little League baseball fields across the state.
And that includes fields at the Bridgeport Recreation Complex — home of Bridgeport Little League.
Teams are getting practices in now before they start playing games for the first time this year, later this month. And even though a lot of Little League teams did get a couple of practices in before the pandemic put the season on hold, coaches are doing a lot of teaching, especially with groups like the one we visited today, which is made up of players just 8, 9, and 10 years-old.
And it was one of the youngest players on the field, Evan Singleton, that had the best reaction in practice on Wednesday.
Not only was that a great catch by Singleton, but also a great reaction from his coaches.
We’ll be bringing you more great reactions and more Little League plays throughout the summer.
The Little League regular season gets started later this month.