Then, it was the last game this week that allowed the baseball player to become a star.
Brayden scored his first run of the season in the spring season's last game, MLB.com reported.
Then his big moment came. Brayden took to the mound for the last batter. All Brayden wanted was to record the final out of the season.
Brayden warmed up, took his stance and lobbed the ball over the plate to cheers and claps from fans and parents in the stands.
The batter swung and missed, not once, not twice, but three times, allowing Brayden to get the last out and become an all-star as both teams rushed the mound to congratulate their teammate.