6-Year-Old 'Coach' Ejected from Summer College Baseball Game, Throws a Big (Adorable) Tantrum

6-Year-Old 'Coach' Ejected from Summer College Baseball Game, Throws a Big (Adorable) Tantrum

A 6-year-old coach for the Kalamazoo Growlers was tossed out of a game in Michigan this week, and his ensuing meltdown proved to be as hilarious as it was adorable.

“Coach Drake” returned to the field on Sunday after his pep talk with starting pitcher David Toth went viral on Twitter last week, but the pint-sized tough guy was ejected in the seventh inning after kicking dirt onto an umpire’s shoes during an in-game argument with officials.

The Growlers, who are part of the Northwoods summer baseball league for college players, posted video of Coach Drake’s tantrum following his unceremonious ejection.

6-year old Coach Drake LOSES it after ejection. pic.twitter.com/S9W0Xuj5fo

— Kalamazoo Growlers (@kzoogrowlers) July 16, 2019


The CUTEST mound visit ever. 🤣
Meet Coach Drake.#SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/hJoCnGCMsu

— Kalamazoo Growlers (@kzoogrowlers) July 9, 2019


Drake can be seen balling his fists as he storms off the field, only to return with bats and a bucket of baseballs, which he tossed onto the diamond before spiking his hat on the ground and huffing and puffing his way back to the dugout.

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The youngster has earned a fiery reputation as a baseball coach already, with announcers noting that Drake holds the Northwoods league record for ejections, USA Today reported.

The Growlers ultimately lost to the Woodchucks 12-9.

Read more: https://people.com/sports/6-year-old-coach-drake-ejected-from-game/

Hummus Sold Under 10 Different Brands Recalled Over Listeria Concerns

Hummus Sold Under 10 Different Brands Recalled Over Listeria Concerns

Ten brands of hummus distributed throughout the U.S. have been recalled over listeria concerns, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration said.

The Houston-based company Pita Pal issued a voluntary recall of its hummus products after an FDA inspection found Listeria monocytogenes at its manufacturing facility.

The chickpea-based dip is also sold under the brand names Bucee’s, Fresh Thyme, Harris Teeter, Lantana, Lidl, Reasor’s, Roundy’s, Schnucks and 7-Select.

The FDA said that no listeria was found in any Pita Pal products, and that no illnesses have been reported, but the hummus was recalled anyway “out of an abundance of caution.”

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Pita Pal said the recalled products were made between May 30 and June 25, and that customers are encouraged to return them to their place of purchase for a full refund.

Listeria can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, elderly people and people with weakened immune systems, according to the FDA.

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In healthy people, it can cause symptoms like high fever, severe headaches, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, and can also lead to miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.

The organism also prompted a recall of avocados in March, as well as various fruits and vegetables in July.

Read more: https://people.com/food/hummus-brands-recalled-over-listeria-concerns/

Breastfeeding Mom Warns ‘Do NOT Fly with KLM’ After Flight Attendant Says to Cover Up Per Policy

Breastfeeding Mom Warns ‘Do NOT Fly with KLM’ After Flight Attendant Says to Cover Up Per Policy

A California mom is warning other women to avoid KLM Airlines after she claims a flight attendant insisted that she cover up while breastfeeding, in accordance with the airline’s policy.

Shelby Angel cautioned other moms against choosing the Dutch airline in a lengthy post on the company’s Facebook page.

“Here’s a warning to all breastfeeding moms: do NOT fly with KLM!” Angel wrote, before explaining that she was nursing her 1-year-old daughter on a flight from San Francisco to Amsterdam when the flight attendant tried to cover her with a blanket.

“ a busy toddler who doesn’t like to be covered,” Angel said of her daughter. “I do my best to be discreet, but sometimes some skin shows. Before we even took off, I was approached by a flight attendant carrying a blanket. She told me (and I quote) ‘if you want to continue doing the breastfeeding, you need to cover yourself.’ ”

Angel said she refused and explained that her daughter does not like to be covered up while nursing, and the flight attendant said that “it would be my issue to deal with” if any of the passengers complained.

Angel said that no one complained about her decision to breastfeed, other than the flight attendant.

“The rest of this flight, that flight attendant would not so much as look me in the eyes,” she said. “I felt extremely uncomfortable and disrespected.”

The mom says her frustration grew when she contacted the airline.

“When we arrived home, I issued a complaint to KLM. I was told that I needed to be respectful of people of other cultures and that this flight attendant’s response was in line with company policy,” Angel said. “So instead of standing up for and protecting breastfeeding mothers and our children, already under the duress faced by flying with our young children, KLM would rather hold up antiquated values that shame women’s bodies.”

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In a tweet, KLM confirmed that this is their official policy.

“Breastfeeding is permitted at KLM flights. However, to ensure that all our passengers of all backgrounds feel comfortable on board, we may request a mother to cover herself while breastfeeding, should other passengers be

Read more: https://people.com/health/breastfeeding-mom-klm-airlines-told-cover-up/

Trippy Tips! Lava Lamp Nails Are the Newest Internet Obsession: Groovy or Gross?

Trippy Tips! Lava Lamp Nails Are the Newest Internet Obsession: Groovy or Gross?

Pierced, milk bottle-inspired, pearl-adorned – Instagram has birthed some very peculiar manicure trends. But the latest design to take over social media is the most psychedelic by far.

As a nod to the colorful ‘70s decor piece, lava lamp nails have been popping up all over Instagram after Australian-based nail artist and technician Liam Peter recently shared a picture of the design to his account.

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Just cos you all liked them so much! Here's a couple more shots. Thanks for all the 🧡 recently! Xxx welcome to all the new followers! Thank you! Faq answer- of course you can share my pics! But please give artists credit. It's such a shame when people remove your handle watermark and claim your stuff. X Used @the_gelbottle_inc products. Best in the world! If you're a tech, try them! You're welcome! @thegelbottleaus #nails #nailart #notd #nailartist #tgb #thegelbottle #biab #teamtgb #lavalampnails #lavalamp #y2k #2000s #thatshot #liampeternails #gelpolish #gelnails #pressonnails #jellynails

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Peter’s design features a metallic silver base from the bed of the nail to halfway up, representing the base of a lava lamp, then a long, pointed acrylic crystal-clear nail with orange accents as the lava and finally, a silver tip at the point of the nail.

While the nail artist briefly explained his technique of using two different polishes, he doesn’t go into detail on whether or not the design is healthy for your nails or if it is realistically achievable.

“Our nails get oxygen through the bloodstream, so it’s a common misconception that our nails need to be bare to breathe,” says Catie Ladd, a nail artist at Paintbox in NYC. “It can definitely be achieved in either gel or regular polish. Some polish brands have come out with jelly colors, or topcoat can be mixed with the regular polish to get the same effect. The effect really comes from using a jelly color, or mixing a color with a clear gel or polish to achieve the ef

Read more: https://people.com/style/lava-lamp-nails-crazy-manicure-trend-instagram/

Kylie Jenner Poses in Black String Bikini During Lavish Turks and Caicos Trip

Kylie Jenner Poses in Black String Bikini During Lavish Turks and Caicos Trip

Forget the little black dress — Kylie Jenner is all about the little black bikini.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star put her assets on display in a pair of Instagram posts shared late Tuesday night, showing her wearing a tiny two-piece string swimsuit during her sunny vacation in Turks and Caicos.

The first photograph, snapped in front of a brick wall, featured Jenner showing off the entire front of her ensemble. She captioned it, “It’s almost #LEOSZN where my Leo’s at?” (Jenner turns 22 on Aug. 10.)

Khloé Kardashian and Kim Kardashian West couldn’t resist chiming in to compliment their younger sister’s physique. Kardashian West, 38, commented three black heart emojis, while Kardashian, 35, wrote, “Hubba hubba.”

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a bikini kinda life 🖤

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In a second post, shared hours later, Jenner showed off the suit in four different photographs — including one snap where she pulled the bottom’s strings high up onto her hips. “A bikini kinda life 🖤,” she captioned it.

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summer lovin’

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beach you to it 🌊

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Jenner’s BFF Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolaou jumped into the comments to drop two drooling-face emojis under the second set of images, which were posted just one day after the reality star jumped to Karanikolaou’s defense over a body s

Read more: https://people.com/style/kylie-jenner-string-bikini-turks-and-caicos-vacation-photos/

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