Anyone who has watched ESPN’s coverage of the Little League World Series has probably noticed that the fences are pulled into the 200-foot range from home plate.
But considering how far thirteen-year-old Georgia Little Leaguer's Jayce Blalock hit this ball, they could have moved them back to major league range.
Because this ball traveled the better part of a driving range.
Take a look and—more importantly—a listen as Blalock hit this grand slam home run that travels practically four-hundred feet, clearing the hill beyond the wall and landing in the trees.
Trees that most listeners know were there because seconds before the announcer said he didn’t believe he could reach them.
He was unavailable for comment after the game as he was busy eating crow.
Source: USA Today