I'd prefer to see a tighter crop and just isolate the batter in the frame, preferably by zooming in (in the future), rather than cropping the image down. If you do this, shoot in portrait mode rather than by cutting his feet off in landscape. It will get rid of the distractions in the background. Mind you, if you're cropped tightly in then landscape will fit the swing of the bat a lot better.
Your horizon is slightly off-level but that's easy to correct.
If your exif is correct, you've caused rather too much noise in the image by shooting at ISO3200. Dropping to ISO800 would still have given you 1/1000th shutter speed which, while often a little slow depending on the speed of the ball and bat, would have given you less grain.
I also would have shot from a much lower perspective. You look as though you were standing for this shot. Shooting from your knees might have given you a better view of the batter's face.
That said, for a 'first-effort' this is top-notch. Can you post some football when you shoot it? There isn't enough 'proper football' on this site - too much of that 'soccer' rubbish.