World Champions. Helping them through their journey, though, are a group of dedicated volunteer team hosts. These hosts were paired with their teams at the 2015 Little League Baseball World Series Luncheon on Wednesday, June 10.
All 16 teams have two dedicated team hosts that are responsible for ensuring their team has a fun, memorable experience while at Williamsport. In addition to being the team’s main liaison with their family and the Little League International staff, team hosts help keep the teams on schedule with practices and games, handle media requests, organize outside activities, and ensure the team has everything they need while in Williamsport.
The hosts forge a lasting bond with their players, coaches, and managers over the Little League Baseball World Series, and many stay in touch after the World Series is over.
2015 Little League Baseball World Series Team Hosts Assignments (listed in order of total years of service per team; individual years of service in parentheses):
The 2015 Little League Baseball World Series team hosts that will be assisting the teams from the United States regions (left to right): Carol Weinhoffer, Joe Girio, Edward Weinhoffer, Doug Alexander, George Girio, Larry Missigman, Richard Smith, Jim Kriner, Scott Metzger, John Eastlake, Thomas Rachael, Mike Knight, Mike Lundy, and Carol Zysset.
The 2015 Little League Baseball World Series team hosts that will be assisting the teams from the International regions (left to right): Mick Cioffi, Lynn Datres, Van Ransom, Dennis Loner, Dick Reitz, Willy Weber, Peter Lupacchino, Frank Missigman, Charles Snyder, Hess Wertz, Bruce Sechrist, Marlin Cromley, Ron Frick, Stan Helt, Sr., and Denny Logan.