At some point in your academic career, the #2 pencil was your writing utensil of choice.
Philadelphia Phillies infielder Bryson Stott, playing Sunday night as part of the Little League World Series celebrations at the Little League Classic in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, decided to pay homage to the tried and true pencil with a custom-made bat.
When Stott walked into the batter’s box on his first bat against the Washington Nationals, his Victus-made bat looked exactly like the #2 pencil, eraser and all.
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There was even a piece of green metal between the eraser and the yellow pen, making it look so realistic it went viral on social media.
“10/10 custom racquet by Bryson Stott,” wrote a user on X, formerly Twitter.
Another said: “Bryson Stott’s #2 pencil is perfect for the #LittleLeagueClassic.”
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With so many Little Leaguers in the stands, Stott clearly wanted to think back to the days when he was a school kid who loved baseball. This was the perfect way to do it.
Stott ended his evening at the top with a 4-1 win, despite the Phillies losing 3-4 to the Nats to go 67-57 that year.
Stott was among the Phillies who enjoyed their time in Williamsport and interacting with the Little Leaguers, who were in town for the global Little League World Series phenomenon.
He was joined by teammates including Bryce Harper, Kyle Schwarber and Trea Turner, who signed autographs, took photos and enjoyed watching part of the tournament before their evening game.
MLB introduced the Little League Classic in 2017 when the Pittsburgh Pirates faced the St. Louis Cardinals.
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Next year it will be the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees traveling to Williamsport to enjoy the Little League World Series. We’ll see what custom accessories these players have up their sleeves for the Diamond.