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Little Leaguer's moment of glory is captured on video
The proliferation of affordable handheld video cameras in the 1980s has led to no shortage of video clips from youth sports games. Doting moms and dads seem genetically predisposed to record their offspring dribbling, kicking and throwing balls on fields and courts across America. Then, in 2005, YouTube was founded, giving those parents an outlet to share their handiwork with more than just the neighbors and in-laws.
By Andrew Conrad, email@example.com
June 26, 2012