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 > Little League Online > Media > Little League News Archive > 2002 > Downtown Little League of Manhattan - Page 2

Downtown Little League of Manhattan - Page 2

Weekend in Williamsport
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A batter hits a line drive up the third base line at Howard J. Lamade Stadium.

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A pitcher for Downtown Little League of Manhattan fires a fastball in a game at Little League Volunteer Stadium, which was first used in the Little League Baseball World Series in 2001. The stadium was built to allow the Little League Baseball World Series to expand from eight teams to 16.

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A player in the Junior League Division (for 13-14-year-olds) mans his position. In the background is a statue dedicated to the founder of Little League Baseball, Carl E. Stotz.

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A batter for the Downtown Little League of Manhattan is all set in the box in a game at Howard J. Lamade Stadium. With room for about 45,000 fans, Lamade Stadium has been used since 1959 for all final games of the Little League Baseball World Series.

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The scoreboard at Lamade Stadium tells the story early in the first game of Weekend in Williamsport.

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