NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The Little League World Series isn’t just for baseball, it also happens to be the mecca for commemorative pins.
Easton Dillard and Isaiah Page are two of the biggest collectors on the Goodlettsville All-Stars team.
“Yeah, I got Mexico, Japan, South Korea. I got some Australian pins, Canada,” said Page.
“I got a umpires coin for one of the team pins with I think Caribbean. That was a good trade. It’s the one that they use before the games to flip. That was nice,” said Dillard.
And the little leaguers aren’t the only ones taking part; some of their coaches take advantage of the kids’ bartering abilities to get some pins of their own.
News 2 is the only TV station with the team and has been following them since their first game at the Southeast Regional. Click here to read more about the All-Stars.