With baseball season almost here we're taking you out to Ahwatukee for some little league action between the Twins and Reds.
The pitching machine feeds these future major leaguers at 35-miles per hour, but that doesn't stop the Reds from busting the game open with a five-run fourth inning.
These small stars play as many positions as possible during each game to work on their overall baseball skills, but it's not all work and no play. You can find many of these little guys having fun in the dugout to keep it loose.
If you know of a small star contact us at abc15.com.
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