My son is playing on a very bad team. They often give up 7 or 8 outs per inning. We were "run ruled" 17-0 and the ptichers gave up a total of 3 hits all singles. There were only 2 walks.
My son feels your pain and is very frustrated. Not only does his team severely lack baseball talent, but they are playing in a league that lets guys play at least a year older than you are. Some are 2 years older. As an 8th grader, he is pitching to Freshman & a few Sophomores.
What can you do? WORK ON YOUR PITCHING! Spotting guys a year and maybe 2 years means you will blow the ball by very few batters. You must change speeds. You must hit your spots, You must throw your breaking ball for strikes.
It is frustrating to have ground balls to 3 rd become doubles. It is iritating to have high fly balls drop out of guys gloves. Especially, when the guy is 6 inches taller and 30 pounds heavier. As a pitcher you did you job only-geez no out for it.
Right now we keep a book on quality at batters. What probably should have happened. Easy grounders to short should be outs. Pop ups to second should be outs-not doubles.
It seems to make it some what better. Meanwhile we work on pitches and pitching (as we search for a new team) Ian.