Briggs can be seen throughout the pictures as the one with white pants, black cleats, and his shirt tucked in . He is second from the left in the above picture.
So, we were very excited when his coach arranged for them to have one-on-one time with the CalPoly team.
These kids are little, but they looked even smaller out on that field with the big guys. They got to meet and Hi-5 all of the players (one CalPoly guy even bent down and tied one the kids cleats that were untied! So cute!).
We weren't down there to hear what they were saying, but they really look like they are getting drilled by the big guys.
Then they were included in the team cheer right before the game. You really can't see all of the little guys in that huddle.
Then they ran out on the field and joined them in their warm-ups. They announced before they went out, "Playing left-field, Briggs Rober!" (and really, left-field is a good place for our little Briggs...) They stayed out there for the national anthem.
Lucas and Briggs. Guess who is about to do the bat spinning game?
That's him getting dizzy for the fan's entertainment.
He had a blast. But I paid for leaving the game early with Ty (Brian stayed with Briggs). Before I even got to my car, Brian called me to say there were Hearst castle tickets hidden under my seat. They announced the winning seat right after I left and Brian wasn't fast enough to beat out the man on the other side of the seat. Bummer! I need some of Lisa and John's luck!