9-year-old Kolt Kyler works on his family’s farm, does well at school, and plays baseball. It’s a robust schedule, but he never complains and his dad says at the beginning of the video that a full day of farm work was a test. He asks his son if he can help with one more job, and that it will take all day. Kolt accepts immediately, assuming it’s more farm work but willing to help however possible.
Despite all of Bellinger’s accomplishments this season, there’s one thing he’s less keen on, and that’s the existence of comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Apparently the 21-year-old has no idea who Seinfeld is. Bellinger, who was drafted in the fourth round out of high school in the 2013 MLB Draft, recently made the revelation on Scott Van Pelt’s SportsCenter on Friday night.
Van Pelt does have a point here though. It’s hard to believe that some people have never heard of Seinfeld or his incredibly popular show that was on for almost nine years in the late 1980s and 90s, but given that Bellinger was born in 1995, you can’t really blame him. If my parents didn’t love the show and always had on the re-runs while I was growing up, there’s a chance I wouldn’t be as familiar with Seinfeld, too.
Gennett found himself at a police station as a young child because he was giving his mother problems with wearing his seat belt. She took her son in to scare him into wearing it, and left with a surprising twist.
In an attempt to avoid trouble with the law, the mischievous young Gennett gave officers a fake first name. I told the cops Scooter Gennett because that was my favorite Muppet Babies character. I kind of just used it as an alias, I thought I would get in trouble if I told them my real name.
I … I need to sit down for a bit.