little leaguer

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Noun1.little leaguer - a player between 8 and 12 years of age who is a member of a little-league teamlittle leaguer - a player between 8 and 12 years of age who is a member of a little-league team
little-league team - a team that plays in a little league
ballplayer, baseball player - an athlete who plays baseball
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(Many years later, it occurred to me that, as a Little Leaguer, I had probably injured my right arm.
Herbst, who also manages his community's summer Little League program, told that he had seen parents spend more on athletic equipment than most people spend on a family dinner at a pricey restaurant, for example, $179 on a 9-year-old Little Leaguer's baseball bat.
She reminds me of the smart-mouthed little leaguer played by Tatum O'Neal in the original Bad News Bears.
In 1953, Little League Hits became The Little Leaguer and was published in Williamsport rather than New York City, but a Cold War orientation remained an essential component of the League's promotional activities.
is the saga of Hutch Lawton (Bryan Russell), a motherless, baseball-mad ten-year-old Little Leaguer who has moved to Palms, Florida, with his father, Ken (Don Collier), a struggling charter boat operator.
Little Leaguer's Shoulder is the term given to an epiphyseal injury of the proximal humerus.
Caption: Wonder kid Gatorade marketing is nearly as well-known as Gatorade, especially after the folksy Little Leaguer ads (1) gave way to heavy-hitting celeb endorsements from the likes of Michael Jordan (2) and Bryce Harper (3).
Whose gonna write me a reelection check, a corporate executive that plays cricket or a nine year old little leaguer reeking of bazooka bubble gum?"
In August, she became the first girl to to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series, which led to her becoming the first ever Little Leaguer to grace the front cover of Sports Illustrated.
She was the first African American female to play in the Series and became the first female pitcher to win a game and pitch a shutout in Little League World Series History, becoming the first Little Leaguer to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Google Fiber and Major League Baseball made history when they fulfilled a Little Leaguer's dream of throwing a first pitch at a Major League game.
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