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Little League® Shines At 2018 MLB All-Star Festivities

While the 2018 MLB All-Star Festivities were filled with incredible moments and exciting highlights from plenty of the league’s biggest stars, it was Little Leaguers® past and present that shined in the spotlight during this year’s Mid-Summer Classic. READ MORE: 2018 MLB All-Star Festivities Preview From current Little Leaguers competing in events such as the […]

2018 ESPYs Feature Prominent Little League® Alumni and Storylines

Last month, the world fell in love with the moment of friendship Ty Koehn shared with his former Little League® teammate, Jack Kocon. Both played for Shoreview Area Youth Baseball (Minn.) Little League growing up and played together until reaching high school. On that day, Mr. Koehn, a pitcher for Mounds View High School, ended […]

Tuohy Takes Home National Title, Tops List of Gatorade Players of the Year with Little League® Ties

Katelyn Tuohy is only a sophomore in high school but she’s making some serious history. The Stony Point (N.Y.) Little League graduate smashed records during the 2017-2018 school year, from setting a women’s course record at Van Courtland Park in the Bronx to breaking the National High School mile record, and she’s showing no signs […]

Little League® International mourns the passing of Regina Strickland, former Director of the Little League Softball® World Series and Oregon District 1 Administrator. She was 74. Mrs. Strickland, a native of Portland, graduated from Grant High School in 1961. She was an employee of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center for 45 years, serving as an […]

The A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League® Leadership Training Center Celebrates its 25th Anniversary as the Little League Eastern Region Headquarters

Little League® International and the City of Bristol, Conn., are celebrating the 25th “silver” anniversary of the A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center. The A. Bartlett Giamatti Little League Leadership Training Center was dedicated on June 19, 1993. The master of ceremonies was Stephen D. Keener, the current President and Chief Executive Officer […]

Homemade Glove From Nigeria Is The Newest Acquisition At World Of Little League® Museum

The World of Little League® Museum and Official Store’s newest acquisition is made mostly of cardboard. The hand-made, right-hander’s baseball glove, fashioned by 9-year-old Little Leaguer® Philip Adeeri Fagbenro of the Ekiti Kete Little League in Ado Ekiti, Nigeria, is now considered one of the Museum’s most important artifacts. “I saw a photo of Philip […]

Samantha Mahaffey Promoted to Little League® Security Manager; Jim Ferguson Set to Retire

Little League® International announced the promotion of Samantha Mahaffey to Little League Security Manager, effective July 1, 2018. With her new position, Mrs. Mahaffey, who formerly served as Liability and Crime Coordinator since January 2014, will be taking over security operations for Jim Ferguson, who will be retiring from Little League following the 2018 Little […]

Little League Softball® Tournament Broadcast Coverage Expands in 2018

This summer, Little League® fans around the world will have the opportunity to watch almost twice as many games as last year thanks to the recent launch of ESPN+, the new direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International Group, in conjunction with ESPN. Highlighting the expanded Little League coverage in 2018 will be […]

2018 MLB All-Star Festivities Feature Little League® Graduates in the Nation’s Capital

Each year, the Major League Baseball All-Star festivities puts some of the game’s best talent from around the league on display, and many of those All-Stars got their start playing on local fields in their community’s Little League® program. This year’s Mid-Summer classic will feature 17 Little League graduates competing in the 2018 MLB All-Star […]

Parent Confession: My Outburst Embarrassed Everyone

I was all fired up as I sat in the third-base bleachers behind our dugout. I didn’t think the opposing manager was playing fair. My son’s manager would give signs to the catcher, who would then relay what pitch to throw. The opposing manager would then yell a comment to the hitter. When our manager […]