- July 26, 2018
The Windermere Little League Majors (12-year-old) All-Stars defeated Dr. Phillips in the District 14 Championship June 25, edging their nearby rivals 2-1. Helping to lead the way for Windermere that day was pitcher Oscar Perez. Perez pitched five-and-one-third innings and allowed just the one run before he had to be taken out for reaching his maximum pitch count. His strong performance set the stage for the team’s district championship.
I was really nervous before the game because I thought I was going to pitch bad. I just told myself to pitch well and mix up my pitches.
It’s just fun when you do it.
We did good. We got a lot of hits and played good. I think we do pretty much all of it well.
Since I was 4 — it’s just a fun game and it’s fun to play.
The (San Francisco) Giants. I went to (AT&T Park) and I liked it a lot.
Buster Posey. He’s a catcher and I like catching. He can throw people out.
To take a deep breath before I pitch every time.
Weather and clouds — tornadoes and stuff.
A white Lamborghini.
Probably California — the San Francisco area.
My (older) brother, Luis. I look up to him a lot.