Jayce Blaylock may be playing in Little League, but he’s already flashing big league power.
Today, in a Little League World Series Southeast Regional game against South Carolina, the slugger launched a moonshot grand slam that landed in a tree line well behind the fence. There wasn’t statcast, but the announcers said it was about 375-feet.
You can bet his mom keeps copies of his birth certificate by the hundreds. Big kid.
This might have been out of Dodger Stadium. If it isn’t the longest home run in little league history, it has to be close.
“They said he could hit it into the trees …”
— Little League (@LittleLeague) August 6, 2017