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  • 2013 LLWS: All U.S. 1st Team

    (Youth1 Baseball) - The following list consists of 10 players; three outfielders, five infielders and two pitchers from five different U.S. squads. This is the final edition, as making Youth1's All U.S. 1st Team is the highest honor a player could receive. Read More +
  • 2013 LLWS: All U.S. 2nd Team

    (Youth1 Baseball) - At Youth1, we Celebrate the Best of Youth Sports, and with the conclusion of the 2013 Little League World Series, we’re recognizing the players who shined on the fields of South Williamsport. Read More +
  • Japan Defeats California to win 74th Annual LLWS

    (Youth1 Baseball)-On day 11 of the Little League World Series Tournament it seemed only fitting that California would face Japan in the finals, as these are two of the most successful teams in LLWS history. Japan and California have the second and third most LLWS appearances of all time and this year’s final lived up to the expectations, in… Read More +
  • Mexico Defeats Connecticut to Claim 3rd Place in LLWS

    (Youth1 Baseball)-Both Mexico and Connecticut had disappointing games on Saturday, as they were eliminated from the Little League World Series final, but they still had some unfinished business to take care of this afternoon. Mexico squared off against Connecticut in the 3rd place game, with the opportunity to give their fans something to cheer about on the way home,… Read More +
  • Cali Downs Conn., Stage Set for LLWS Final against Japan

    (Youth1 Baseball)-After previously beating Connecticut in a nine inning thriller, Chula Vista, California made a statement today against Westport, and made it known they are the best team in this year’s U.S. bracket. Thanks to the help of five Connecticut errors, California advanced to the Little League World Series in a 12-1 route. California pitcher Nick Mora stole the show… Read More +
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