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Too big for Little League?

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First baseman Aaron Durley (center) stands alongside his Saudi Arabia teammates after defeating Canada 5-0 in a pool-play opener of the Little League World Series on Aug. 18. Only 13 years old, Durley is 6-foot-8 and weighs 256 pounds.

Pics: http://sportsillustr.../content.1.html

Aaron, who also plays basketball, isn't the only tall guy on his team. Dhahran pitcher and outfielder Michael Knight is 6-foot-3, 190 pounds. Five-foot-8, 226-pound, third baseman Andrew Holden is a dangerous hitter, having homered twice in the series, including a three-run blast against Saipan.

Team followers said it was just coincidence that there were so many tall players on the squad.

...sure. :whistling:
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Holy Cow!!! I had heard about this, but haven't seen any pics. Man, I think he must of had Miracle Grow instead of formula as a baby. :whistling:

As for him playing basketball, if he can move quick given his weight at this age, he ought to be able to go places in that sport.
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And i though i was big at that age, coincedence indeed, could also be the abundance of steroids pretty much everywhere as well.
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