Nice play, Jimmy, nice play!
Alright, one more out.
One more, let's go!
Outfield, keep it in front of you.
Alright, let's go.
No, he's okay, he's okay.
I should've caught it.
You gave it everything you could.
I should've caught it.
We're really gonna miss you next year, Kyle.
I wish every one of my kids played with your heart.
Just remember me when you get to the majors, alright?
Congratulations to the 10-year-old All-Stars
and state champions from Brookville, Massachusetts.
Final score: Brookville eight, Princeton seven.
Good luck at regionals, boys.
I think that's it.
So what do you think?
I mean, the yard's a lot smaller than our other house.
Ah, it's not that much smaller.
You wanna test it out?
So listen, Kyle,
I know moving's not the easiest thing for you,
but I think we're really gonna like it here.
But guess what,
I was talking to some of the dads I work with,
they said our 10s and 11s won states two years in a row.
And our 12s went to the World Series.
Do you think I could make the all-star team?
Yeah, I think you probably have
just as good a shot as anybody.
Alright, let's see that heater.
Come on, just one, keep up your accuracy.
How you doing with everything?
One step at a time.
That's all we can do.
Hey, buddy, how's the unpacking going?
Good, you wanna take a break,
go play catch with your brother?
Ah, come on, he'd love to make the travel team here.
Besides, you should work out some of that rust too,
you can't just waltz onto varsity here.
Coach already called though
and said he's excited for me to be on the team.
Yeah, but you have to prove to him that you can play.
He was at regionals
when I threw that no-hitter against New Jersey.
Xavier, there's more to the game than pitching.
I went three for four with two homers.
Anyways, I think it's time I start focusing more on girls
and a little bit less on baseball.
Yeah, why don't you sit down and relax
until that feeling goes away
and then go practice with Kyle.
you know, now that we're in this new town and all,
I'm really trying to move away from Xavier.
So if you could just, like, call me X.
Dad, Dad, seriously.
Dad, come on.
Hey, Mr. Howard.
How's it going?
Here you go.
Yeah, right there.
Alright, class, settle down, settle down.
Hope everyone had a nice spring break.
Did anyone do anything interesting?
I went to the Kennedy Space Center.
That's cool, Billy,
did you get a good look Uranus?
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, very funny, Glenn, grow up.
Alright, class, listen,
we have a new student in our homeroom,
so please welcome, boom, Xavier Cooke.
Come on, come on up.
Come on, come on.
So do you pronounce it Zay-vier or X-avier?
Uh, it's Zay-vier, but, uh, everyone just calls me X,
so that's what I go by.
Alright, so how did you spend your spring break?
A lot of unpacking
and played a little baseball with the guys.
Oh, so you're the new pitcher
Coach Barrett's been crowing about?
Yeah, yeah, that's me.
Okay, well, hey, welcome to our school.
Listen, if you have any questions about your class schedule,
come talk to me.
Glenn, see me after class.
No, matter of fact, go stand in the corner.
Always telling jokes.
I'm not playing, boy, go stand in the corner.
Hey, do you know where, uh...
do you know where you're going?
Here, let me see.
Oh, room 139 is actually in the annex building,