Pitching keeps South Korea, New York perfect
With the Mets and Phillies in attendance, South Korea's Soo Ho Choi and New York's Daniel Bruno turned in big league performances to keep their teams unbeaten in the Little League World Series.
Big Al shows off his rapping skills
Alfred "Big Al" Delia doesn't just hit dingers, he's also a singer and shows off those skills in his debut rap track.
Hawai'i runner scores on passed ball
Hawai'i's Caleb Okada evens the score with Michigan after taking off from third base when Michigan's catcher loses control of the ball.
Frazier relives LLWS title with teammates
Mets third baseman Todd Frazier reunites with some of his Toms River, NJ teammates to reminisce about their 1998 Little League World Series title.
Big Al calls dingers on SportsCenter
Alfred "Big Al" Delia provides commentary on big home runs from the Little League World Series and Major League Baseball on Sunday.
Photos: Big league moments fuel Little League dreams
Players at the Little League World Series in Williamsport got a taste of the big leagues when the Phillies and Mets also came to town to play ball.
LLWS HR impresses Conforto
A big two-run home run by Japan's Shisei Fujimoto draws praise from Michael Conforto and his Mets teammates.
Arrieta complimentary of Little Leaguer's pitching performance
Jake Arrieta is joined by New York Little Leaguer Greg Bruno and evaluates the youngster's performance in their win over Texas.
Little leaguer makes nice jumping catch
Mexico's Fernando Lopez leaps to make a great catch to take away a hit.
South Korea pads LLWS lead with 2-run HR
Ji Hyung Choi crushes a two-run home run to left field to give South Korea a 5-1 lead over Mexico.
MLB trio travels down memory lane in return to Williamsport
Sunday's game has extra value for two Mets and a Phillie each making their first trip back since they played in the Little League World Series.
Olney: Big leaguers remember their worst Little League moments
Even All-Stars have an at-bat, a pitch or a play from when they were kids that they can't forget for all the wrong reasons.
Big Al a celebrity at LLWS
Alfred "Big Al" Delia explains his newfound fame and what he will doing in Williamsport at the Little League World Series.
Canada outlasts Spain to stay alive
The fourth walk-off hit in three days lifted Canada, which remained in title contention along with Puerto Rico, Georgia and Iowa.
Top-notch sportsmanship on display at LLWS
Spain hits a game-tying home run in the sixth inning and Canada's pitcher shows respect with a tip of the cap.
Canada walks off against Spain in the 10th
Joey Marino drives in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning to keep Canada alive in the LLWS.
Rodriguez extends Puerto Rico's lead with homer
Eric Rodriguez sends a solo home run to left-center to put Puerto Rico ahead of Australia 4-0.
Wild Friday at Williamsport: Walk-offs & web gems
Friday's slate at the Little League World Series featured two walk-off hits, some defensive web gems and a late-night classic.
Hawai'i, Michigan earn walk-off victories
Aukai Kea and Ryan Knaebel produced game-winning hits Friday, leading Hawai'i and Michigan, respectively, to comeback victories on Day 2 of the Little League World Series.
Hawai'i wins on walk-off homer in 11th
Hawai'i's Aukai Kea breaks a scoreless tie deep into extras and lifts a two-run homer to beat Georgia in the opening round.
Panama's Sanchez absolutely destroys 3-run homer
Adan Sanchez golfs one low in the zone and lifts way out over the left-center field wall.
Michigan walks off behind 4-run 6th
Michigan erases a deficit against Idaho and the comeback is capped off by Ryan Knaebel's walk-off single.
Michigan 3B makes 'play of the Little League World Series'
Michigan's Jarren Purify makes a diving stop on the grounder, gets to his feet and throws a laser across the diamond to get an out.
Idaho hitter fired up after 2-run double
Caden Symons ropes a two-bagger down the line, scoring two runs and putting Idaho out in front in the second inning.
Japan takes lead on error in LF
Yudai Yuasa flies around the bases to score after smacking a line drive that gets under the left fielder's glove.