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Little Leaguer - July

Volume 28 - Issue No. 7, July 2010


2010 Little League Baseball World Series Schedule, Bracket Announced

Inaugural Little League Urban Initiative State Jamborees Score Big with Players, Coaches, Local Volunteers

Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball and Softball, officially started the countdown to the 2010 Little League Baseball World Series with the announcement of the pairings and game schedule.

The 2010 Little League Urban Initiative State Jamborees were well-received by its hosts and the participating teams. Events held in Georgia, Texas, Illinois and New Jersey drew Urban Initiative leagues from several different states.


Little League International, Family Trusted Child ID Team to Enhance Child Safety Program

California Little Leaguer Named 2010 Good Sport of the Year

Little League Baseball and Softball is teaming up with Family Trusted Child ID, supported by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), for a child-safety program that all local U.S. Little Leagues can use as part of their fund raising efforts.

Cody McCoy, from Lake Forest, Calif., has been a Little League participant since Tee Ball. He was recently selected as the recipient of the 2010 Little League Good Sport of the Year Award.


Tyler Prewitt Selected as Little League's 2010 Mom of the Year

Outfielder McCutcheon among Pittsburgh Pirates Featured in Display at Little League's Museum

Mrs. Tyler Prewitt from Lexington, Ky., has been chosen as the 2010 Little League Mom of the Year. She along with all of Little League's Awards Program honorees will be recognized this August at the Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, Pa.

Andrew McCutchen, center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, is among the Major League Baseball players featured in the "Pittsburgh Pirates Pride" exhibit that opened this week at the Peter J. McGovern Little League Museum in South Williamsport, Pa.


Team Hosts a Key Component in the Experience of World Series Teams

SUBWAY® Restaurants Kick Off 'Baseball DeSIGNS' Tour

One of the key components in the Little League experience enjoyed by the 16 teams who earn their way to the Little League Baseball World Series is the role played by the team hosts or "uncles" and "aunts."

SUBWAY® restaurants Baseball DeSIGNS tour will commence with a National Little League Baseball Appreciation Game in Southern California on July 9. The tour will feature baseballs designed by Little Leaguers and autographed by celebrities.


Leagues Wishing to Host Tournament Games Must Have Approved ASAP Plan

Little League International Mourns the Passing of Harold Frailey, Former Pennsylvania District 29 Administrator

If local leagues are intent on hosting Little League International Tournament games above the district level, an approved ASAP plan must be on the books at Little League International.

Harold Frailey, who was the first Pennsylvania District 29 Administrator, passed away on Monday. He was 79.

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