Grady Little leaving Pedro in the game too long. Bob Brenley trusting Byung-Hyun Kim’s stuff two nights in a row. Not putting Jerry Morris’s son in to pitch in a meaningless Little League game. These are the decisions that will haunt managers forever.
Morris was, shall we say, not enamored of the coach’s decision not to put his son in at pitcher. So he did when any rational little league dad would do: He charged the mound from the stands and beat the holy hell out of an assistant coach, all the while screaming profanities and pretty much assuring that none of his son’s friends will ever want to come over to his house to toss the ol’ horsehide around.
Did we mention this whole thing went down during practice?