Il battitore della Little League consola il lanciatore dopo uno spaventoso colpo alla testa: Volevo che sapesse che stavo bene

Durante Little League World Series Southwest Regional Championship, Oklahoma player Isaiah Jarvis was hit in the helmet by a pitch from Texas East’s Kaiden Shelton.

Jarvis immediately fell to the ground but was able to get up and walk to first base. Although he was OK, Shelton was visibly shaken. That’s when Jarvis did the unexpected.

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Little Leaguer hitter Isaiah Jarvis and pitcher Kaiden Shelton hug at the pitchers mound after Jarvis was hit in the head by Shelton's pitch.

Little Leaguer hitter Isaiah Jarvis and pitcher Kaiden Shelton hug at the pitchers mound after Jarvis was hit in the head by Shelton’s pitch. (Fox News)

So I got on to first, and then I saw Kaiden getting emotional on the mound a little bit,” Jarvis toldRapporti dell'America” mercoledì. “So I wanted to go out there and try to give him comfort… I wanted him to know that I was OK and I will be OK.

The pair then shared a hug on the mound before returning to the game.

I thought I sent him to the hospital, and I thought he passed out,” pitcher Shelton shared. “But when he got up, I felt a lot better after that because I’m just glad he’s OK.

Jarvis called the clip’s popularitypretty crazywhile Shelton added their parents are “molto orgoglioso” di loro.

Shelton’s Texas East (Pearland Little League) won the game, 9-4, advancing to Williamsport.

Fox News’ Ryan Morik contributed to this report.

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