uttered at Little League baseball
games; usually said by any number of people, especially coach
es and teammate
s, after absolutely
every single time the batter
doesn't swing and the umpire
doesn't call the pitch
This is to reward and encourage the unassuming kid for supposedly knowing where the strike zone is; on lower levels of competition the case is usually that the kid merely forgot he was in the batter's box while watching the butterflies.
After sufficient repetition of this mind-numbing catchphrase, it begins to sound very much like G'Day, as in "There ya go, Tommy, G'Day! Way to keep your eye on the ball, G'Day there!"
Also, what the umpires are usually not accused of having...