BEAUMONT, Texas — The Lamar Cardinals are on the road this weekend, but Vincent Beck Stadium was still plenty full of talent and baseball on Saturday.

The Adaptive Sports for Kids (A.S.K) organization kicked off its baseball season with Opening Day.

Pitchers didn't pose much of a threat as boys and girls came out swinging. 

Three games marked the start of A.S.K's baseball season and concluded with the Astros and Royals.

Nick walker, who plays second base for the Royals, told 12News he had was himself quite a day.

"I'm doing pretty good, I hit the ball and it went up in the sky," says Walker. "I just love baseball a lot and it's my sport." 

He wasn't the only person having fun, smiles and high fives could be seen all over the field. 

Even volunteers from Hamshire-Fannett's (HF) softball and baseball teams couldn't help but be proud to experience the atmosphere.  

"It's awesome, to see these kids have fun is something special," says junior HF baseball player Kyle Saurage. "It's really cool, this is amazing for them."

Saurage and Walker have known each other awhile, dating back to when Walker attended Hamshire-Fannett.

Walker even mentioned a former Longhorn coach who he felt deserved recognition.

Walker says "I wanted to say, my boy coach {Jarrod} Morris...he's an awesome guy."

Of course, the scoreboard was turned off on Saturday.

The only factor worth tracking, the satisfaction of these players getting to enjoy America's pastime and prove that they can play. 

"You can anything you want to in life, just go for it," says Gabbi Nation, who plays for the Astros. "Don't let anybody else's opinion impact what you do in life."

The season will continue every Saturday at Doornbos Park in Nederland.

Games begin in the morning and continue throughout the day.

A.S.K offers a variety of sports year-round and it's free for anyone to join.

To learn more about the organization, you can learn more on its website at