- July 6, 2021
Nic Caso came to bat June 21 with a chance to send his Winter Garden Little League 11-Year-Old All-Star team to the Section 5 Tournament — and delivered. Caso’s walk-off, RBI-single gave WGLL a 3-2 win over Dr. Phillips in the District 14 Tournament.
I was kind of nervous, but I knew that if I got the hit, it would send my team to Sectionals, so it would be really good. When I hit the ball, I knew that it was solid contact, and then when I found out it was a hit, I got really excited. … It was kind of crazy — it was fun.
Three years. I like pitching, and I started playing, because my brother had played baseball before me, and my dad likes baseball. So I started, and I really liked it.
If you try your hardest and you trust in your abilities, you’ll do (well). My dad (Diego Caso) told me that.
Probably Keston Gomez.
Giancarlo Stanton. He’s a good hitter, and he’s a good fielder, so he’s an all-around pretty good player.
Yankee Stadium, because of all the history and all of the great players (who) have played there.
I’m excited. All of the classes give me more of a chance to get with my friends.
My fifth-grader teacher, Mrs. (Nicole) Machado, for reading. She was really nice.
About the Civil War and stuff like that.
Developer — like a builder, pretty much. I like to make stuff out of things.
I play “Fortnite.”
Probably hanging out with all my friends and seeing how far we can go in the baseball tournament.
It was good. I liked it, because the mom got a job and the dad was staying home, and he was all funny.