Baseball scouting ain't what it used to be. As the world has shrunk over the last few decades, international scouting has expanded dramatically.
It's absolutely astonishing how young some foreign players begin to get courted. It's not unusual for a prospect from Latin America to sign with a Major League team as a teenager; kids often begin to get scouted before they reach adolescence.
Because of that, it's extremely surprising to me that no one has ever bothered to scout the most famous children's baseball team in American history: the one from Charles Schulz's "Peanuts."
Here's a sample of the reports I've compiled on Charlie Brown's crew.