T-Ball to Varsity




Well, beat the drum and hold the phone - the sun came out today!
We're born again, there's new grass on the field.
A-roundin' third, and headed for home, it's a brown-eyed handsome man;
Anyone can understand the way I feel.

Put me in Coach, I'm ready to play today,
Look at me, I could be Centerfield.


Here's a few shots from this weekend's tournament. Ryan went 7 for 7 in the 3 games we played - great outing! One of my favorite quotes is "Baseball is a nervous breakdown divided into 9 innings" - So True for the the mother of a pitcher!!!

It's hard to believe that Ryan has been playing ball for 12 years!!!! He's played a variety of fall, spring and summer leagues - T-Ball, machine pitch, YMCA league, Little League.... Mike coached him for several years, but he's finally playing Varsity ball, I'm not sure if it's a bigger deal for him or his dad! :) Ryan's always loved the game, he could name the starting line up for the Texas Rangers when he was four years old!!!

Lots more baseball pics to come!!!!

11 comments:

CindyTykie said...

Great baseball pics

Jess said...

AWESOME shots!!! I love all of his expressions, I think that is my favorite part of photographing baseball! (love that song too... they play it during warmups for all the little league games here!)

pat said...

Great shots--especially like the first shot with his foot so clearly coming down on base.

janett said...

Ha, I love that last one! These are all great though.

Angela2932 said...

Great facial expressions! I'm glad I don't have to be the one to get those uniforms white again!

Michelle said...

thats some amazing stop action! I love that you caught so many expressions.

Jodar said...

Awesome! I realy like the photos of the pitcher?!

Reds said...

Great shots - my fave is the last one - love the expression on his face!

Chell said...

Love your processignon these, they are great!

Rachel said...

These are really great sports shots!

Clydean said...

These are so good. They're so sharp and crisp. I love the last one, it just kinda says it all. Love the processing.

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