Birthplace of Little League Baseball® Listed in National Register of Historic Places

As the celebration of the 75thAnniversary of Little League® comes to a close, the organization’s first home, Carl E. Stotz Field at Memorial Park in Williamsport, Pa., better known as, The Birthplace of Little League Baseball® has received the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since the second season

2023-04-07T17:01:31-04:00By |Play Ball Book|

Play Ball! Little League Playoffs Unite Families

A reporter spent the day at day at a North Carolina Little League Baseball field during the playoffs. She spoke with parents and coaches, asking how they keep up with the “hive of activity” the tournaments cause, writing about it in an article, “Little League baseball playoffs are a family affair.” One team, along

2022-09-15T15:56:27-04:00By |Robin Van Auken|

‘Little League: A History’: WVIA Original Documentary Film

The WVIA Original Documentary Film, "Little League: A History" (premiered June 9, 2014, on WVIA-TV) chronicles and celebrates Little League's 75-year contribution to American culture and to the quality of life for millions more around the world today. More than 2 million young people play some form of Little League baseball or softball. Hundreds

2019-08-13T14:10:30-04:00By |Play Ball Book|

Play Ball Videos: What People Love about the Little League World Series

Play Ball Videos: What People Love about the World Series What do visitors at the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series enjoy most about the event? If you think "Baseball" is their favorite thing about the World Series, think again.       Have you read Play Ball! The Story of Little League Baseball? We’d love

2018-08-06T14:08:35-04:00By |Play Ball Book|
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