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  • Fans, players recall Stengel Field's illustrious past

    Fans, players recall Stengel Field's illustrious past
    GLENDALE — Ralph Tapia had plenty on his to-do list once he entered venerable Stengel Field prior to Glendale High and St. Francis meeting in a Connie Mack Summer League contest Thursday night. Tapia walked around part of the field to check on...
  • New Hampshire Defeats Fairfield In Little League Regional

    BRISTOL — Getting the nod under the bright lights of the New England Regional, New Hampshire's Derek Steckowych wanted to stay relaxed. The right-handed starting pitcher did just that, appearing cool and collected as he gave Fairfield batters fits....
  • On The Fly: Reason For Optimism With Tanaka

    Masahiro Tanaka, trying to rehab and avoid Tommy John surgery, was back on the mound for a bullpen session Saturday. His 25-pitch effort apparently went well. He won't be saving this season, whether he needs surgery or not, but the Yankees should be...
  • Chicago Little League team's plan: Swing away

    Chicago Little League team's plan: Swing away
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Jackie Robinson West is a Little League team that plays by Little League rules. Just don't expect the South Siders to stay inside Little League fences, whether they're at the World Series or back home in Chicago. When...
  • Little League thriller: Last-gasp rally lifts Philly over Texas

    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Scott Bandura sprinted from first to third base and Taney manager Alex Rice sent him home. The speedy catcher from Mount Airy slid safely across the plate with two outs in the sixth inning Sunday night. Philadelphia's Taney...
  • No secret: Mo'ne Davis will be pitching for Taney

    Taney manager Alex Rice - as well as almost every other manager at the Little League World Series - has made a habit of not announcing who his starting pitcher will be until he hands in the lineup card a few hours before a game. Rice has left his hints,...
  • What MLB can learn from the Little League World Series

    What MLB can learn from the Little League World Series
    Jackie Robinson West's dream lives on. The Morgan Park youngsters squeaked past Cumberland, R.I., 8-7 on Monday at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. JRW next faces Pearland, Texas, in an elimination game Tuesday night. Pierce Jones...
  • In Philadelphia, fans are fanatical about Mo'ne Davis

    The baseball fans visiting Triple Play Sports in Philadelphia aren’t interested in the Phillies. They’re fanatical about Mo’ne. “The one thing they’re asking is: How do I get a Mo’ne jersey?’” said...
  • Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky

    Mo'ne Davis Puts Auriemma On Notice: She Wants To Be A Husky
    Mo'ne Davis, a 13-year-old, 111-pound meteor, is streaking through the stratosphere of social media and the Little League World Series with the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia. The Dragons play Las Vegas Wednesday night in Williamsport, Pa., trying to...
  • Jackie Robinson West beats Texas ... and the Bears have their back

    Jackie Robinson West beats Texas ... and the Bears have their back
    In its first two victories at the Little League World Series, Jackie Robinson West's power hitting stole the show. On Tuesday, JRW's pitching and defense carried the day. West turned a pair of double plays in topping Pearland, Texas, 6-1 on Tuesday in...
  • Mo'ne Davis makes cover of Sports Illustrated

    Mo'ne Davis makes cover of Sports Illustrated
    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - The star pitcher of the Little League World Series, Taney's Mo'ne Davis, is on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week. Some of her teammates on the Dragons were not aware of it. "That's ridiculous," outfielder Tai Shanahan...