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Todd Frazier's day in Williamsport included a 1998 reunion and a first pitch with 'Big Al'

Sunday's Little League Classic gave both the Phillies and Mets the chance to soak up the magic of Williamsport, Pa. But arguably nobody was more excited about the trip than Todd Frazier -- who helped Toms River, N.J., win the Little League World Series back in 1998, and got to return to that very same field to celebrate the 20th anniversary.
Frazier joined teammates from that '98 squad on the field prior to Sunday's action:

Then he threw out the ceremonial first pitch ... to none other than fellow Jersey native and current king of the universe Alfred "Big Al" Delia:

The celebration continued into the game that night, for which Frazier had some very special cleats designed:

Of course, the ceremony was nice, but this is still the Little League World Series -- Frazier really just wanted to take in some baseball: