Re: Some Little League advice really needed!!
Hey TOI, I sympathize with you and I think GAC has some great advice.
My personal feeling is that if the kids are jerks and their parents aren't doing anything to correct it, maybe those kids aren't the ones you want your son to be around. I would say that even if your son was one of the stars. And in today's highly mobile society, there's no guarantee that these kids are going to be around for long anyway. Since your son really likes baseball, maybe you could get to know some of the other coaches and parents in the area. Maybe if you see kids on other team who might have the same issues, you could discuss things discretely to see if they have some of the same issues. Ultimately, you may be able to find a team with a coach, kids, and parents who might be more understanding. In the long run, your son might be happier hanging out with kids who want to include him.
On a side note, my brother, although he hasn't been diagnosed with anything, had much of the similar traits you described when he was a kid. He ended up quitting organized ball, and much preferred to play his own games by himself in the backyard. He even kept his own stats for each of the teams in his "league." He still throws like a girl, but he's great when it comes to fantasy baseball. And for all his lack of coordination as a kid, he's become quite adept at beating me at golf.
Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.