Little League Eastern Region Headquarters: Region News

Saturday, August 29
East Region Home to United States Champion; First Time in 17 Years



Congratulations to Red Land Little League from Lewisberry, Pennsylvania for winning the Little League Baseball United States Championship!

It's been a whopping 17 years since a team has rolled through Bristol and gone on to win the entire Little League Baseball World Series. Toms River Little League won it all in 1998, beating Japan 12-9. On that team was Todd Frazier, now a third basemen for the Cincinnati Reds in Major League Baseball.

Not only has Red Land earned the United States championship banner, but the team now holds the record attendance for a single-game at the Little League World Series. That record was set at 45,716 Saturday afternoon.

Keystone Little League from Clinton County, Pennsylvania previously set the old official single-game record in 2011 at 41,848. 

Red Land Little League will play Tokyo Kitasuna Little League from Japan for the title of best team in the world tomorrow on national television. The game can be seen on ABC at 3 p.m.



Monday, August 17
Congratulations to Red Land Little League!



Red Land Little League from Lewisberry, Pennsylvania is the 2015 Little League Baseball Mid-Atlantic Region Champion! Red Land advances to play in the 2015 Little League Baseball World Series at Howard J. Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.



Monday, August 17
Congratulations to Cranston Western Little League!



Cranston Western Little League from Cranston, Rhode Island is the 2015 Little League Baseball New England Region Champion! Cranston advances to play in the 2015 Little League Baseball World Series at Howard J. Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.



Friday, July 31
Congratulations to Warwick North Little League!



Warwick North Little League from Warwick, Rhode Island is the 2015 Little League Softball East Region Champion! Warwick advances to play in the 2015 Little League Softball World Series at Alpenrose Stadium in Portland, Oregon. 



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