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2004 Jamboree Photo Gallery

The first buses unload Friday afternoon as teams and parents get their first look at Howard J. Lamade Stadium.

David James, director of the Little League Urban Initiative, and ESPN analyst and former Major Leaguer Harold Reynolds greet the players in Lamade Stadium.

Harold Reynolds talks with members if the North Trenton Little League.

David James, Little League director of the Urban Initiative, and Little League President and Chief Executive Officer Stephen D. Keener congratulate the players in a medal ceremony. As in the Little League Baseball World Series, all the players receive the same medal. Carol Zyssett, right, is serving as team host for all eight teams.

ESPN analyst and former Major Leaguer Harold Reynolds addresses the teams.

A view from above...Little League Assistant Director of Regional Operations Nick Caringi talks to the teams.
 
Players on all eight teams were presented with "Breaking Barriers, in Sports, In Life," by Major League Baseball. The program was initiated by Sharon Robinson, the daughter of the late Jackie Robinson, who was the first African-American to play Major League Baseball in the modern era.
 
Tom Brasuell, vice president of community affairs for the Commissioner's Office of Major League Baseball, hands out information about Jackie Robinson to the Little League Urban Initiative Jamboree players.

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