Little League Central Region: Welcome

Front Sign
The Reuben F. Glick Little League Center
9802 East Little League Drive
Indianapolis, IN  46235 
Ph:  317-897-6127 ~ Fax:  317-897-6158

         Open Monday - Friday, 9 to 12:30 and1:30 to 5 EDT        

Twitter: @LLCentralRegion 


Little League Baseball Central Region Championships


Twelve teams of all-stars, all state champions, are in Indianapolis for the Central Region Championships (Aug. 1-9), vying for one of two berths in the Little League Baseball World Series at Williamsport, Pa.

Squads in the six-team Great Lakes and Midwest divisions will each play four pool-play games to determine the top four teams in each division. Those will play in nationally-televised semifinals and finals to determine who moves on to Williamsport.

We invite you to come watch the action in person; admission and parking are free! Click here for a map showing the location of the Reuben F. Glick Little League Center.

If you can't come, you can follow the action here.


Great Lakes Division
Illinois (Jackie Robinson West LL, Chicago)
Indiana (New Albany LL)
Kentucky (Warren County South LL, Bowling Green)   
Michigan (Midland Northeast LL)
Ohio (Canfield LL)
Wisconsin (Burlington LL)

Midwest Division
Iowa (Headid LL, Sioux City)
Kansas (Frontenac LL)
Minnesota (Plymouth/New Hope LL)
Missouri (Joplin South LL)
Nebraska (Kearney LL)
South Dakota (Canyon Lake LL, Rapid City)

Click on the tabs at left ("LLBB Great Lakes teams" or "LLBB Midwest teams") to view photos of the participating teams, see who they've played and how far they've come to get here.

THE SCHEDULE: See below.

SCORES: Click to go to GameChanger (Great Lakes or Midwest), where you can get updates on all the games, and even view live scoring.

HISTORY: Click on the "LLBB Region Champions" tab on the left to view photos of past Central Region championship teams.

2014 CRLLB schedule

2014CRSB champions
Thursday, July 24
Tallmadge, Ohio, wins Little League Softball Central Region title

The all-stars from Tallmadge, Ohio, defeated Monroe County, Iowa, 4-1  in the championship game Thursday afternoon at Stokely Field to win the Little League Softball Central Region tournament. Tallmadge will move on to the Little League Softball World Series in Portland, Ore., Aug. 7-13.

In semifinal games held Thursday morning, Tallmadge defeated Webb City, Mo., 10-0 while Monroe County stopped Melrose Park, Ill., 4-0.

This is the ninth time Tallmadge has won the regional title, but the first time since 2000.

Wednesday, July 9
Wags Wednesday!

To prepare for the Regional Tournament games Wags starts off by making Gatorade for the players. He and Kevin Weinberg often do this task together. Wags likes to joke and refer to Weinberg as the “Master Mixer”. The two also fill coolers with ice, water and rags for the players and place them in each dugout; the cold rags keep the kids cool during the games on hot days.
Wags made a point to say that all volunteers’ jobs are important. All the tasks come together to keep the Regional Tournament running smoothly. Wags stated, “All of it has to be done”.
When I asked Wags some of his pet peeves, he paused a minute before answering. A big one that came to his mind was littering. Trash barrels are placed all over the facility that should be used for disposal purposes. It is important for the Little League Central Region to keep this a safe and clean environment.
Lastly, I asked Wags what were some of his favorite things? I started off by asking him his favorite baseball player, without hesitation he told me it was Al Rosen. Rosen was a third baseman for the Cleveland, Indians. When I asked his favorite MLB team he loyally answered, “Cleveland”. Wags favorite sport to play is golf. He golfs often with a group of his friends. Lastly, I asked what his favorite kind of food and he answered Italian. He and his wife, Joanie, often go to Olive Garden.

-Leah Matz
Central Region Public Relations  

Wednesday, January 22
2014 Baseball Regional Tournament Umpire Appointments


Monday, February 11
Pin Board Donation


Special THANKS to Tim Trevier, DA, IL-20 and his good buddy Max Lauritzen, ADA, IL-20 for donating this great pin board.  The pins were collected by Tim's uncle, Jim McVey, former DA in IL-20, who has since passed away.  The pin board will be displayed in cafeteria/meeting space here at the Regional Center for guests to enjoy.