Of course you want to watch the Japan Little League team homer back-to-back-to-back
Japan Little Leaguers hit back-to-back-to-back homers
Japan entered the second inning of the Little League World Series Championship down by eight, after Pennsylvania put up a 10-spot in the inning prior. Looking at the score, some might've thought the game had gotten out of hand. A comeback of that magnitude is a tall order, especially considering there was no evidence that Pennsylvania wasn't going to score double digits every inning. A lesser team might have been daunted into defeat. Japan, however, simply hit back-to-back-to-back home runs.
First, Yugo Aoki sent a three-run shot just over the right-field fence to make the score 10-5.
Then the next batter, Kengo Tomita, drove a baseball even further. 10-6.
And finally, Shingo Tomita followed his brother with a dinger of his own to center. 10-7.
As they were saying: What insurmountable deficit?
Here -- just watch them all in succession, as feats such as this are meant to be appreciated.
Japan tacked on two more runs in the frame to bring them within one. They doubled their score over the next four innings and won the whole thing, 18-11. And the comeback all started with three homers in a row, featuring the Tomita brothers.