Local fans have shown an outpouring of support, but some go too far, leading opposing 12- and 13-year-old players to describe them as mean, rude and like “my mother when she’s mad.”
Thursday night's cable ratings.
Earlier this week, ESPN suspended former MLB star Curt Schilling from its coverage of the Little League World Series, after he tweeted a meme that compared Muslims to Nazis. In a statement, the network called the tweet – which read, "It's said only 5-10% of Muslims are extremists. In 1940, only...
The left-hander Daniel Zaragoza gave up only three hits and doubled home two runs, leading Mexicali Baja California, Mexico, to an 11-0 victory over Barquisimeto, Venezuela.
The final two spots in Saturday's championship games have been filled, with Mexico and Texas capturing wins on Thursday in the 2015 Little League World Series. The Seguro Social Little League team from Mexicali in Baja California, Mexico...Show More Summary
ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling was suspended from his job covering the Little League World Series this week after the former Major League posted an offensive tweet, CNN is reporting. Schilling deleted the tweet about ten minutes after posting it, but not before Twitter users will able to capture screenshots. Show More Summary
Highlights from Wednesday's cable ratings.
Previously: • President Bush and other well-known names who used to be cheerleaders • 11 adorable sports kids (...)
With six teams remaining in Williamsport, the field gets thinned to four with a pair of elimination games on Thursday at Lamade Stadium. Welcome to Second Chance Thursday at the 2015 Little League World Series, with four teams with a...Show More Summary
Adam Cramer struck out 13 in five innings, and Lewisberry, Pa., reached the final of the United States bracket by beating Pearland, Tex., 3-0.
Two spots in the final four of the 2015 Little League World Series were secured on Wednesday, with Pennsylvania and Japan clinching spots in Saturday's championship games on both sides of the bracket. The team from Lewisberry, Pa.. is...Show More Summary
A day after ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling was pulled from the network's coverage of the 2015 Little League World Series, the company decided the former pitcher will not appear in the booth for this week's Sunday Night Baseball...Show More Summary
Curt Schilling’s ESPN career is in flux. The former World Series MVP has been known to share a controversial opinion or two on his social media pages, but he clearly stepped over the line this week. Schilling posted and deleted a picture comparing Muslims to Nazi Germany that drew swift and near-universal backlash. Show More Summary
The Cubs' meteoric rise from an 89-loss team to World Series contender is made to order for those who prefer the Bill Murray-style, Cinderella-story kind of season.
Has anybody else noticed how painfully stupid and ridiculous a network ESPN has become? If you haven’t, here’s an example. Former Boston Red Sox pitching great Curt Schilling, a fan
Chinese Taipei won its Little League World Series game over Uganda 5-0 on Tuesday, but — to torture an old chiche — this was (...)
The four remaining undefeated teams in the 2015 LLWS are in action on Wednesday with a spot up for grabs in both the international championship game and the U.S. championship game. A pair of spots in the respective championship games...Show More Summary
The internet is as expansive as a Little League World Series umpire’s strike zone.
Columbus, Ohio, was jam-packed with 185 teams and over 5,000 jocks, coaches, and ball boys for the Gay Softball World Series. gay-world-series_featuredx400.jpg
A former star Major League baseball pitcher, who has been an analyst on ESPN since 2010, was suspended from covering the Little League World Series after sending a tweet, reports CNN. Says the story, “Curt Schilling, a star pitcher who...